San Diego, CA, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Regarding his recent win, Michael posted on The Habit Factor’s Facebook fanpage “…the true prize from this contest was getting a better understanding of how to properly align my habits with my goals. As Martin says in his book, ‘You don’t get what you want, you get what you measure (track).’ And the Habit Factor app is a great place to track your habits.”
The Habit Factor Challenge is a quarterly event sponsored and hosted by Equilibrium Enterprises, Inc. and The Habit Factor’s author and app inventor Martin Grunburg.
After years teaching and coaching The Habit Factor process, Grunburg was looking for a larger format where he could leverage his effort (and his app) to more seriously impact a greater number of people at the same time— that’s how the habit factor challenge was born.
“People are trying to change all the time, yet they have no method, no tracking mechanism. The Habit Factor (book and app) provides both and really helps people understand the process.
“What we know is change is inevitable but suffering is optional. You can either fight change or learn to harness it, get in front of it and direct it toward your goals and ideals. The great thing about goal achievement is it’s closely tied to a person’s well-being and happiness. Goals provide direction and a sense of control — The Habit Factor methodology shows you how to realize that.”
Second-place winner Gigi Sun of Australia was elated and commented about the book: “The Habit Factor is one of the best books I have ever bought. Some books after reading them, although I remember what it is all about, I never go back to open or read them again. This book has a permanent space in my kindle, like a dictionary. By the way, I still am tracking! “
There is no cost to join the challenge— you don’t even need to buy the app or book, just use the free version of the app which allows you to track one goal and up to three active habits.
“Everyone is welcome!” Grunburg says. “It’s free and if you’re not better off because of the event/process, I’ll send you $100 for your trouble. You just have to follow all the rules and submit all four weeks of tracking charts!”
The next Habit Factor Challenge begins 4/14/2014, so interested participants should sign up (link below) immediately for a chance to win $500!!
The Habit Factor challenge consists of participants tracking a minimum of three and maximum of five behaviors (habits) for four weeks and submitting their tracking charts weekly, as well as a short essay and optional video submission. To see Michael’s winning video, click here
For more information, rules and regulations please visit: http://thehabitfactor.com/win