Matt Cutts is a smart guy. He directs a team at Google that fights web spam. He holds a doctorate in computer graphics. And, he preaches the benefits of trying new things.
Here, give this guy a spin for the next 3 minutes:
Is there something you aren’t doing today but would like to try for the next month? Or, is there something that you know is bad for you yet you keep doing it?
A new year enters our lives around the corner and now is as good a time as any to set your resolutions. If you don’t want to resolve something for 12 months, here’s your chance to trial that action or behavior for 30 days. You have my permission to try it out.
For my part, I resolve to go to the gym every day for the next 30 days. It doesn’t have to be an hour workout, for even 15 minutes are better than nothing. I’ll use the elliptical some days and free weights on other days. I’ll also go in the mornings to provide energy throughout the day.
I’ll share my results with you in 30 days and you can follow my progress on Twitter with the #30days hashtag.
That’s what I’ll do. What about you?
Thanks for the inspiration, Kneale.