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100 day Challenge, Day 57 – how a challenge changes you!

by Clare Kelway on November 16, 2012 · 18 comments

Clare KelwayI shared with you when I started the 100 day Challenge back on 21st September but I have been so busy keeping up with all the activity that I haven’t posted any updates.

I have been steadily working away each and every day breaking all previous personal activity records online!

My Achievements….

I am proud to say I have written more words ( and posted them) during these 57 days than in the previous 2 years that I have been online.


Yes, I had a consistency issue and I had many excuses ( some real) about why I couldn’t keep up the pace.

This consistent activity has enabled me to become more credible online – yes my followers are slowly beginning to trust that I will be here with another message almost every day.


Credibility is a huge issue as a leader.  You have to make yourself accessible and you have to bring your original content that informs and more importantly entertains your followers on a consistent basis.

I didn’t think that people would be interested in what I have to say but how wrong could I be!

I have had such great feedback from folks about my writing and videos.

Thank You…………..

I thank you because you have given me the strength and confidence to break through personal barriers that were illusions but seemed so real to me.

So now there is no going back! One of my mentors told me that we must start Fast in order to Finish Strong and that is exactly what I am in the process of doing.

I have met new people and new opportunities are arisen that are aligned to my goals.  My confidence has grown.

I believe in challenges and I will definitely start another challenge once this one is complete.

What does 2013 mean…………..

It has enabled me to focus on 2013 and what I want from my business and my life.  It has enabled me to decide what steps are needed in order to achieve my goals.

Achieving my goals means helping others to achieve their goals and dreams.  My business is totally about the success of others and helping them to transform their health and achieve prosperity.

Simply, participating in this challenge has forced me to get out of my own way!

Watch this video and let me know what you are doing to get out of your way.

Your friend and partner in wellness and prosperity,

Clare Kelway

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Leadership Development Coach, Natural Health Expert and Network Marketing Pro - all avenues lead to personal development - spiritual, mental, emotional and physical personal development and health. When you are growing in all dimensions, you are living a life of purpose and joy. Founder of Kelway Health and Clare Kelway, Clare is also Co-Founder of Follow Your Heart Team - a global leadership team helping ordinary people create extraordinary results. Make It Matter!

Ron Whitaker January 15, 2013 at 8:46 pm


Your energy is contagious! Thanks for posting and for the video.

(BTW: where are you? The background scenery is beautiful!)

It’s amazing what can happen when you simply decide to DO something, and then you actually follow through and keep on keepin’ on!

And then working through your goal(s) even during those times when you don’t “feel like it.” That’s when true growth occurs.

Have a great day!
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Marcel Spitz January 2, 2013 at 9:31 am

Very inspirational post, thank you for sharing. Happy New Year. Regards.

farouk December 18, 2012 at 5:49 am

i am excited about the new year
its a new start , wish you all the best in the new year clare
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Clare Kelway December 19, 2012 at 9:18 am

Thanks Farouk! May 2013 be the greatest breakthrough year for both of us!! Best regards, Clare

Steven Hughes December 16, 2012 at 4:23 am

Clare –

Fantastic job. While 100 days seems to be a bit lengthy for a challenge, it has seemed to motivate you and create drive. I think its a great idea for all of us to formally challenger ourselves. When it’s out there, much better chance of achieving. Put it on paper, and make it happen. Thanks Clare.

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Clare Kelway December 16, 2012 at 6:21 pm

Yes Steve, I never realized just how long 100 days was! Amazing how each day has been highlighted as a result of the challenge. I am nearing the end and I am very grateful for the challenge. I won’t be entering another just yet, but will do so again in a couple of month’s time. Best wishes, Clare

Celeste Smucker December 14, 2012 at 10:46 pm

Hi Clare, I think challenges are great…as you have reported they push you on to do a lot more…so even if you don’t complete the challenge 100% you still win. Of course when you share your intentions as you have done here you add a whole layer of accountability as well. Thanks for sharing your insights and your enthusiasm.
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Clare Kelway December 16, 2012 at 6:22 pm

Hi Celeste, yes you are right about accountability. However, accountability is highest with one’s self in my opinion. I see you are in ASEA. Anyone in particular that you are working with? I have been in ASEA for 18 months. Best wishes, Clare

Jessica vanZyl December 7, 2012 at 4:03 am

Hi Clare,

Congratulations on your ongoing success, perseverance is the key along with as you said being consistent is the main thing to remember in any goal is to be consistent, it’s great to hear that you stuck to your own promises of being consistent and not giving up i think i need to take some inspiration from you in my own endeavors.

Thank you,

Warm Regards
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Garen December 3, 2012 at 4:01 pm

It still amazes me that people that still think I am a crested gecko and not a real human. Who would have thought Spartacus my crested gecko would be such a hit. But, seriously yes consistency is a great asset to have for an online business. I basically try to challenge myself with every niche I get in. Once I conquer one it’s on to the next one :) I plan very strategically and it’s almost like a video game to me.
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farouk November 26, 2012 at 3:48 am

congrats clare you are doing a great job
I am excited about 2013 and i hope it becomes the year i make my dreams true
many thanks
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Clare Kelway November 28, 2012 at 6:41 pm

I hope so too, Farouk! Perhaps we will be doing business together in 2013!

Jupiter Jim November 20, 2012 at 8:42 pm


such a great and inspirational post and video! I know that as a blogger, business owner, alternative health practioner, Mother and wife, you are extremely busy, so keeping up with your 100 day challenge is a total accomplishment!

You are setting a great example for me and anyone who wants to work with you.

I also love the short, to-the-point video. Very sincere and well done. I cannot stand videos that are long and rambling, not guenuine, with bad lighting. Your video was none of those!

Great Job!

~ Jupiter Jim
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Clare Kelway November 21, 2012 at 9:27 am

hi Jim,
Thanks so much for your kind words and comments! They really do mean a lot. When we are all working so diligently, it is important to get feedback on our efforts. There is a wall to climb and I can see the top, I know you can too. We are going to summit together – what fun!

Have an awesome day and I am so grateful for our working friendship.


Willena Flewelling November 18, 2012 at 3:32 am

What’s that they say? Find the busiest person to do something and he’s more likely to get it done? The 100 Day Challenge sounds like a terrific way to get yourself moving and keep moving toward specific goals… and get started on the right track in the new year! It certainly sounds like it’s working for you. ~ Willena
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Clare Kelway November 20, 2012 at 6:53 pm

Willena, somedays I ask myself all sorts of questions about my sanity as I go forth through this challenge. I have just added a new community and another training course to my list. Have I truly finally lost my mind? Only time will tell but the more I do, the more I do and hopefully the do is also worthwhile do!

Thanks so much for your comment. I really appreciate it! Clare

Holly November 17, 2012 at 2:27 pm

Great job, Clare!! Very exciting progress!! It gives me some incentive to make myself do a challenge for that long… I am on a 30 Day challenge, but perhaps i had better step it up!! Way to go!!!
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Clare Kelway November 20, 2012 at 6:49 pm

Hi Holly, thanks for the compliment. As someone who has struggled with consistency a lot, I am so happy to be breaking the cycle. It helps with a great community support along the way. Clare

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