"Tomorrow will be a Good Day": Captain Tom 100 Tiny Habits Project
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"Tomorrow will be a Good Day": Captain Tom 100 Tiny Habits Project with Dr Tamra Wright
Captain Sir Tom Moore (1921-2021) was an inspirational figure. His relatively small gesture of support for NHS charities -- aiming to raise £1,000 by walking 100 laps of his garden in the run-up to his 100th birthday -- raised nearly £39m within a month, and inspired people in the UK and around the world with his message of hope. The Captain Tom Foundation supports causes that were close to Captain Tom's heart and remain dear to his family, including combating loneliness, championing educational equality, and continued support of the NHS. The foundation also aims to ensure that his message of hope becomes a lasting legacy. To mark what would have been his 101st birthday on April 30th, they have launched the #Captain Tom 100 challenge, inviting everyone to create their own 100 challenge and fundraise for their chosen charity or The Captain Tom Foundation.
My mission: I recently qualified as a Tiny Habits coach, and hope to help 100 people get started with the Tiny Habits approach to behaviour change over the Bank Holiday weekend. I'll be offering Zoom workshops on the Tiny Habits approach and hope to enrol 100 people on the free 5-day online Tiny Habits programme, with me as their coach.
How you can help: Please register here if you would like to participate. It takes only a few minutes over the weekend to learn about Tiny Habits and choose the three quick and easy habits you'd like to work on over the 5-day programme (which starts on Monday 3rd May). Then, each day you need to spend 5 minutes or less doing the habits and respond to a daily email tracking your progress. We will ask 'Did you do your habits today and do you plan to do them tomorrow?' If you did all three habits and plan to do them the next day, your email reply would look exactly like this:
It's quick and easy and completely free! You can find out more about the Tiny Habits approach and why I'm so keen on it by reading my blog