The Challenge 2010 Blog Journal List #tc10

Here is a list of 37 Blogs and Journals following the journey’s of The Challenge 2010 entrepreneurs.

Up to Module 1

Made it to Preseason

Please let me know if I missed you out or want to make changes to this list – I will update it on a regular basis.

So what’s all this about – read on…

Today will be the start of this year’s renamed ‘30 Day Challenge‘ (now called simply ‘The Challenge’). Anyone interested at all in marketing themselves, their products, services or indeed making money online need to visit and join in at http://www.challenge.co.

I tried the 2009 30 day challenge a little late in February and didn’t have much success with my first attempt, but that is essentially the nature of the game on the Internet. However, I have experimented (probably wasted a little too much time doing this), with loads of the ideas that were given and found some to be really powerful and quickly realised that what I did wrong on my test site was something akin to overcooking.

I am happy this time to be in at the start of the challenge, where the matter of timing your efforts is already handled in some respect by the release of the modules that Ed Dale and his team will be releasing. The first will module of which will appear at 2PM (GMT).

So in my notebook, blog, writing desk, scratchpad kind of site I too will be following the journey along with many others. My anthem this year will be to ‘Beat The Clock!’. An old Sparks hit comes to mind…Here they were in 1979!! on Top of the Pops!!!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbikVZgimqk

Now a tenuously related video … the moustache is the key here to an excellent one by Graham Hunt …

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  • Thanks for listing my challenge journal! I think you labelled it wrongly though, it should read ‘Kyle Oliveiro’ instead of ‘Challenge Blogs’ 😛

    I will link to this page on my blog as well.

  • Thanks for listing my challenge journal! I think you labelled it wrongly though, it should read ‘Kyle Oliveiro’ instead of ‘Challenge Blogs’ 😛

    I will link to this page on my blog as well.

  • Shawn Du’Mmett

    Thanks Kyle – Yes I did muck it up a bit in my eagerness to post. Now corrected.
    Let me know if you find any more, I like to gather the unofficial opinion of the whole process too. Though I doubt whether many can say much for today’s ‘easing in’ Preseason Module.

    Oh and of course – thank you for the link 🙂

  • Shawn Du’Mmett

    Thanks Kyle – Yes I did muck it up a bit in my eagerness to post. Now corrected.
    Let me know if you find any more, I like to gather the unofficial opinion of the whole process too. Though I doubt whether many can say much for today’s ‘easing in’ Preseason Module.

    Oh and of course – thank you for the link 🙂

  • Thanks for the mention Shawn and good luck with the Challenge this year. I started with the 2008 one in December of that year and have been working on things ever since

    • Shawn Du’Mmett

      Good Luck this year Graham – I just want to see more of those kinds of videos though 🙂

  • Thanks for the mention Shawn and good luck with the Challenge this year. I started with the 2008 one in December of that year and have been working on things ever since

    • Shawn Du’Mmett

      Good Luck this year Graham – I just want to see more of those kinds of videos though 🙂

  • Hi Shawn,

    Thank you for the link and reference.

    I have taken part in the challenge the last 2 years and both times I have completed the learning but not in the challenge time as such.

    This year I am hoping to actually get the learning completed and apply the training to my websites.

    I love what Ed and Dan and the team teach. Each year I am amazed at the quality and the fact that they do this for free! People would normally pay thousands for this stuff.

    Good luck with the challenge.

    Cheers

    Jacinta 😀

    • Shawn Du’Mmett

      Thank you Jacinta

      With the change in structure it makes it possible to catch up in between should we get left behind, especially during a busy time of the year like this.

      I agree with the quality, they seem to be getting better year after year. Of course the more they help the more will follow them so I think this is definitely a sustainable way for them to go.

      I have noted to take a closer look at your blog, I see you have tried a number of different courses. Which ones do you recommend? Stick in aff. links if you like – I don’t mind.

  • Hi Shawn,

    Thank you for the link and reference.

    I have taken part in the challenge the last 2 years and both times I have completed the learning but not in the challenge time as such.

    This year I am hoping to actually get the learning completed and apply the training to my websites.

    I love what Ed and Dan and the team teach. Each year I am amazed at the quality and the fact that they do this for free! People would normally pay thousands for this stuff.

    Good luck with the challenge.

    Cheers

    Jacinta 😀

    • Shawn Du’Mmett

      Thank you Jacinta

      With the change in structure it makes it possible to catch up in between should we get left behind, especially during a busy time of the year like this.

      I agree with the quality, they seem to be getting better year after year. Of course the more they help the more will follow them so I think this is definitely a sustainable way for them to go.

      I have noted to take a closer look at your blog, I see you have tried a number of different courses. Which ones do you recommend? Stick in aff. links if you like – I don’t mind.

  • Awesome list Shawn,

    Great work.

    Now I’m doing the same on my blog as well.

    Vitaly

  • Awesome list Shawn,

    Great work.

    Now I’m doing the same on my blog as well.

    Vitaly

  • Shawn Du’Mmett

    Thank you Vitaly 🙂

    I am just about to update the list – I will be adding yours in too…

  • Shawn Du’Mmett

    Thank you Vitaly 🙂

    I am just about to update the list – I will be adding yours in too…