Here’s Why You Should Try Something New For At Least 30 Days

Is there something you’ve always wanted to do, but never got around to doing it?
Matt Cutts, an engineer at Google, advocates trying just one new thing every day for 30 days. He explains how doing this was an enjoyable, gratifying, and eye-opening experience for him.
Have you always wanted to try belly dancing, muay thai, or maybe squash? In this TED talk, Cutts says that a month is long enough to form a habit and make a commitment, but short enough that you won’t be frustrated if you ultimately dislike it.

Varun Choudhary

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Diligent Listener | Conceptual Writer | Hard Core Performer And i make things :)