Let me know where to send your free DO Summer Worksheet!
DO Summer is simple.
1. Pick one skill you want to work on.
It can be a completely new skill or something you used to love that fell behind in the busyness of life. It can be career related like working on your resume or life related like jogging for better health. (I’m picking writing for mine because I didn’t write for a solid month and could feel that skill getting rusty.)
2. Work on the skill for 1,500 minutes this summer in easy 15-minute segments.
I’ve created a free worksheet that helps you track time in 15-minute chunks. Each time you knock out 15 minutes, color in one of the boxes on the sheet.
3. Share your results each Monday morning online with #DOSummer2016
You’ll be surprised how encouraging having other people cheer you on is.
To join and get your Do Summer worksheet, let me know where to send it.
(Want more info on DO Summer? Click here.)