To be a successful freelancer, we believe one of the most beneficial habits you can develop is a daily meditation practice. That’s because it helps you to:
Be more focused, so that you get your work done faster and get paid sooner
Feel calmer, so that stress and anxiety don’t hold you back
Be more creative, so that you can offer higher quality products and services
What most people don’t tell you though, is that the hardest part of meditating is making it a habit. So to help you overcome that hurdle, we’ve created a 21 day mindful challenges, starting on 1st Feb.
We’ve made it flexible and bitesized to suit the freelancer lifestyle. You’ll receive a daily email with guidance, inspiring quotes and meditation recordings building up from just one minute, to ten minutes by the end of the challenge.
This will also teach you an invaluable life lesson in how to create and sustain positive habits, which you can apply to anything else you want to learn or change about your life.
In the words of John C Maxwell,
‘You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.’
Are you in?! Just enter your name and email below, and the rest will follow in small, simple steps.
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About Zoe Bowring
Zoe is a freelance copywriter, working with various fun marketing projects!
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