Challenging Yourself to Reach New Goals

The Albright ChallengeNow that the New Year has come and we’re closing in on the third week of the year, most people have already forgotten their New Year’s resolutions. The hope for change has been discouraged by the absence of immediacy, so people have abandoned their goals to take the easier route.

Many people set goals and begin working toward them without establishing an outside source of encouragement. As with most things in life, people attempt to set and achieve goals without the help of others.

It is important to have others around you who will teach you, encourage you and hold you accountable. In school, you learned because you had a teacher coaching, inspiring and correcting you. Without that steady, reliable source of support, it would have been very difficult to remain determined to finish each school year, yet alone high school or college.

Setting goals and staying dedicated to achieving them requires a constant source of encouragement and challenge. Whether your source of encouragement is a mentor, a book or a workout video, it is important to make that encouragement a daily part of your life.

Ready to set goals, but aren’t sure where to look for your source of encouragement? Look no further. Andy Albright provides you with daily encouragement, leadership and inspiration to set goals, work toward them, and ultimately achieve them with the Albright Challenge. The Albright Challenge is a 90-day program designed to help you set goals and consistently work toward them. In this program, Albright offers advice, poses challenges and encourages you to keep working toward your goal.

Over the course of 90 days, you will see yourself change in a variety of ways. From self-image to personal and professional growth, the changes in your life will be impossible to ignore.

It’s amazing what a little encouragement can do for your goals and your life. It’s time to take charge of your life and commit to the encouragement you need to achieve your dreams. For more information about the Albright Challenge and to start today, visit

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