Don’t ask people to trust you, become trust worthy
What: The Integrity Challenge involves doing exactly what you say you’re going to do
How Long: You have the choice to commit to 7 days, 14 days, or 28 days
Time Commitment: This is an ongoing challenge that doesn’t require an additional time commitment outside of just living your life
What you will get out of it: You will build a deeper sense of trust with people in your life. Other people will trust you more and you will trust yourself more. You will also get more done and achieve more with your life.
When: You can start the is challenge whenever you’re ready to trust yourself and have other people trust you.
Build unshakable trust with others and in yourself
If people don’t trust you, your life opportunities will be limited.
You’ll struggle to get and keep a job, you definitely won’t be promoted, people won’t lend you things, people won’t bring promising opportunities to you, they won’t ask you for advice, they won’t make plans with you, and a lot of the time, they won’t want to be your friend, and they definitely won’t want to be in a relationship with you.
The easiest and simplest way to build trust with people is to have Integrity. Having Integrity means living your life according to what you say you will do. It’s being a person of your word.
It’s being where you say you’re going to be, when you say you’re going to be there, and doing what you say you’re going to do, every single time, in every facet of your life. It’s not doing it most of the time or only when you feel like it, it’s being true to your word in every situation, in every moment, regardless of the consequences of not being true to your word. It’s being reliable and consistent through every part of your life so that people can trust that everything you say is true and you will do everything you say you will.
If you struggle with having integrity and want to develop a deep sense of trust with those around you (and reap all the benefits that come from being trust-worthy), then the Integrity Challenge will help you do so. Inside, you’ll get access to:
- A breakdown of the three levels of this challenge you can choose to take on
- A complementary challenge that will improve your overall success rate
- Access to the challenge forum where you’ll be able to chat with others taking this course, learn from their mistakes, and share your journey
- Instructions on how to make this process simpler and easier
If you’re ready to become more trustworthy, start the Integrity Challenge now by clicking on the ‘Take this course’ button in the top right-hand corner of this page.
My initial idea for the challenges was to make them free. After considering this for the three months it took to build the site, I realised it was far more beneficial for everyone interested in this course to pay $1 for two reasons.
The first reason is that by paying $1, it protects your personal information on the challenge forum from people who just want to snoop around. The $1 paywall ends up blocking a lot of people who just want to read other people’s personal tales of misfortune and bots scraping information.
The second reason is that there is a significant psychological difference between signing up for a free program and paying money for one. When it’s free, you feel no obligation to engage with the information or take advantage of it. When you pay any money, yes, including $1, it shifts your perception of that content from something you can waste to something you need to take advantage of. You’ve paid money for it and therefore, need to use it.
Both these benefits outweighed the only negative of charging $1 – people who need help not getting access.
In saying that, there is still this negative and it’s one I’d like to address. So, if you’ve read this far and want to get access but genuinely can’t pay $1, just private message Leigh stating which course you’d like to access and why you can’t pay $1 and I’ll add you to the course. Don’t feel embarrassed. I grew up with nothing and so am happy to help those who have nothing and want to take control of their life.
Sure. If you read the challenge and don’t feel like there’s $1 worth of value in it, you can have your dollar back. I honestly don’t know what you expect to get for your dollar to be so outraged that you would demand it back, but if you do, that’s fine, and I’ll be happy to give you a full refund.
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