A.K.A. How Jumping In With Both Feet Beats Waiting For “Perfection” Every Time
Or: You Gotta Start Somewhere!
A couple months ago, my husband sent me an article about a challenge, where you choose an action…any action… and repeat it for 100 days. It is called the 100 Day Project and you can join or learn more about it here. This challenge originally began as a grad school project at Yale.
“For years, Michael Bierut led graduate graphic design students at the Yale School of Art in a workshop that he called “The 100 Day Project.” The premise for the class was simple: each student chose one action to repeat every day for 100 days. For example, one student made a poster in under a minute every day for 100 days; another danced in public every day and made a video; another student, Rachel Berger, picked a paint chip out of a bag and responded to it in writing for 100 days.” – The Great Discontent