The Success Checklist

The 28th???  Already???  Can we really be ALMOST at the end of our 31 Days of Eating Elephants?  I can’t believe it!

We have journeyed together on an inspiring path.  I have been amazed at the way you (yes, YOU!) have stuck with us and begun to work on your own elephant.  It’s not easy to start, but you have started and that is the most important thing.

But we don’t want you to just start.  We want you to FINISH! And finish with style!

So to be sure you have not missed any of the steps that will set you up to cross the finish line, I’ve created a Success Checklist.  You can download the checklist here:

Success Checklist

Success does not come easy.  It takes work. It takes perseverance.  There will be days you want to quit.  On those days, go to your community and let them support you.  Look to your role models and positive influencers and see how they pushed through the hard times.

Whatever you do, DO NOT QUIT!

If God has called you to this gigantic, audacious goal (or maybe it’s a little ordinary goal that just looks big to you), He has a plan for you to complete it.

So I’ll leave you today with this encouragement from God’s Word:



Linking up with Holley Gerth at #CoffeeForYourHeart

2 thoughts on “The Success Checklist”

  1. Christa, this is my first time to visit your blog. I love the saying your 31 Days Challenge is based on and repeat it often around my house! Congrats for making it this far in the 31 days … I’ve never done it so my hat’s off to anyone who tries! Glad to be your neighbor at Coffee for Your Heart …

    • Lois, I am so glad you came by! I have been blessed with a great partner for this challenge in Zohary Ross. I could not have done it by myself!


Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Let's Do


Help For


Is your to-do list out of control?

Grab my best to-do list tips and learn to overcome the de-railers in your week


Do A New Thing equips busy communicators and leaders with project management and problem solving skills so they can turn their big ideas into a successful ministry or business.

Privacy, Disclaimers and Disclosures


Contact Me