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Introducing The 10 Things Challenge

So – here it is:

The 10 Things Challenge


I wrote it as a way to encourage My Beloved (MB as he is referred to here) to gain a more positive and forward looking view of himself and his life, as a way of moving on from depression. You can read the story here.

But as I wrote it, I realised there was potential for The 10 Things Challenge to be so much more:

The 10 Things Challenge is:

  • A tool or programme – call it what you will – that enables anyone to gain greater self-awareness and confidence in who they are and what they can do no matter what their starting point
  • A fun and challenging way to consider future goals and purpose, both big and small
  • A great way to make lots of little lists but in so doing, create something much bigger (and lots of us like lists!)
  • Easy to do and realistic to achieve in a busy life
  • Habit forming in a good way
  • Great to do as a couple, as a starting point to growing and developing your relationship
  • A wee bit different from anything else out there, I think

It is NOT

  • A treatment for depression
  • For someone in the midst of depression – to do The 10 Things Challenge, you need a degree of emotional stability and to be starting from a relatively stable place. MB was no longer depressed, but in that vacuum of not knowing who he was or what was next

But you know, don’t take my word for how it works or what it does. Some trusty friends road tested The 10 Things Challenge for me in the early days, and some recent clients have also completed it. Here are some of their comments:

  • “It has given me more self-acceptance and enjoyment of myself, and I am inspired to believe in myself more. It doesn’t take much time to do, and is fun and enjoyable.”
  • “Made me ask, what do I want to do and what am I about.”
  • “It gives you a deep insight into yourself and where things have gone wrong, and gently helps you rebuild who you are. Very cathartic, and gave me courage and conviction to keep going.” (This from a client who was also moving on from depression)
  • “Catriona’s positive and insightful approach helped to draw out the important issues for the next step forward. It has whet my appetite for more coaching!” (in relation to the coaching session at the end).
  • “The 10 Things Challenge was really useful in helping me to be kind to myself, by encouraging me to focus on the things I can offer to the world. It has brought a sense of clarity and direction as I try to move forward in my life and set some goals.”
  • “It is a simple clear, structured way of discovering more about who you are, and just how exciting life can be when you’re equipped to make the most of it.”

What are you waiting for? At the beginning of this year, would you like a bit of this?!

So  – what do you do now?

To watch a short video of me talking about The Challenge, and read a little more about how it works, and sign up, click here.

Sign up to get started on The 10 Things Challenge!

2 Thoughts on “Introducing The 10 Things Challenge

  1. ianfutter on January 21, 2016 at 4:46 pm said:

    This really is an excellent tool for helping move forward in life/career/health. I have benefited hugely from it; but also of course being married to Catriona! Signed MB

  2. ianfutter on January 21, 2016 at 12:58 pm said:

    Catriona. Well done for getting the project to this stage! It is a really excellent resource and ought to be really helpful to anyone who signs up.

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