100 Days To Self Mastery Challenge!

Imagine if the 100 Days To Self Mastery Challenge could help you get out of your comfort zone, conquer your fears and strengthen your mind. Would that be impressive? I think so.

I will go through the history of the challenge and how it came about and you can decide if that statement is true. But first…

The 100 Days To Self Mastery Challenge is a lifestyle challenge where you select any challenge you like that will take you out of your comfort zone and make your mind, body and soul stronger.

WHAT IS THE 100 DAYS TO SELF MASTERY CHALLENGE?

The challenge, as the name says, is for 100 days. The challenge you take on will take a minimum of 45 minutes per day and the only other rule is if you miss a day you start again.

When you sign up for the challenge (Get your 7 Day FREE Trial here) you join the Private facebook Group which is where all the action happens.

When you join the Facebook group you post in the group introducing yourself and letting everyone know what your challenge is. People post everyday and the group supports and encourages everyone.

You also receive regular emails with videos and words of encouragement and inspiration.

Once you complete the challenge you receive a certificate of completion and generally saddle up for another 100 days. It’s that addictive!

So that is the challenge in a nutshell.

What Could You Achieve In 100 Days of Consistent and Disciplined Action?

So just imagine for a moment you wanted to learn the guitar or piano or wanted to learn Spanish or get fitter or get stronger. If you took consistent, disciplined action everyday for 100 days and had a group of people keeping you accountable, supporting you and encouraging you, do you think you would achieve your goal?

Do you think you would master the guitar? Really speak good Spanish or any other language? Lose that weight and get fitter? Write that book that you always wanted to write? Master meditation?

I know I have never been fitter and stronger in the legs after my 100 days of running. I am now as of time of writing up to day 75 of my second challenge which is working out in the gym everyday. I am 62 and feel 25!

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Me at the gym today!

Some of the different challenges people take on in the 100 Days To Self Mastery Challenge!

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HOW DID THE CHALLENGE COME ABOUT?

In the middle of 2020 which of course was right in the middle of the so called pandemic, I decided to challenge myself. We were in hard lockdown for months on end and only allowed one hour a day to exercise.

I was told about a challenge called 75 Hard and started doing it. This challenge was doing 2 x 45 minute workouts a day for 75 days.

If you missed one you had to start again. I decided to run every morning at 5am (Middle of winter in Melbourne so freezing!) and in the afternoons I would do some yoga and high intensity training. So after 14 days I missed one of the workouts. I ran in the morning but missed the afternoon workout. So I had to start again.

That made it a total of 89 days. I thought to myself, ‘ok I will make it one 45 minute workout a day but I am going to run for 100 days!

So I did. Rain hail or shine I was up sometimes at 3.50am to go running in the cold. And the rain! For 100 days without fail. At some stage during a challenge like this your mind just clicks. You get to a stage where there is no way in the world that I will miss a day. And you don’t. That is your minder getting stronger than it has ever been!

Below is a video of my run in torrential rain!

Who Is Kevin McNamara?

I’m a Certified Life Coach, Healthy Lifestyle Expert, Published Author and Prostate Cancer Survivor who has helped hundreds of men to start believing in themselves and their ability to heal themselves from Prostate Cancer.

It’s been 8 years since I beat cancer through a predominantly plant-based diet, meditation, exercise, fasting, fresh air, sunshine, healthy relationships and cold showers. I was able to achieve this because of the dedication, commitment and belief in myself. And since then, I’ve been helping people like you to believe a little more in yourself and break that glass ceiling.

When my doctor diagnosed me with cancer, you know what my mind of steel said? “This cancer is a trespasser in my body and is leaving ASAP”. That was an order. As a former cop, that’s been my mindset throughout 30 years of my personal development journey. I have inspired hundreds of good human beings to take back control of their time, habits and lives.

And now, I’m building this close-knit community of ambitious people inside The 100 Days to Self-Mastery Challenge to help you become the best version of you with ease and passion.

Despite the grit of beating cancer and having a strong mindset, I wanted to push myself a little more and explore my possibilities. That’s when I got into a 100-Day Challenge as I speak about above.

The 100 Day Self mastery Challenge will definitely help you conquer your fears, strengthen your mindset and totally change your life if you give it 100 percent!

Here is what Peter from Melbourne, Australia has to say about the 100 Days to Self Mastery Challenge…

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Like most people I was hit hard by Covid-19. I am a DJ and lost my income. I became a bit depressed and started drinking a lot. I had to change. 
I decided to join a Bootcamp and enjoyed it. Then I found the 100 Days to Self Mastery Challenge and it kind of turned my life on its head! 
I decided to workout every day for 100 days and the change in me has been nothing short of amazing! 
Lost weight, put on muscle, improved my endurance and the biggest thing of all, I have mastered my mind. Oh and the support from the Facebook group and Kev is second to none! I know I can achieve anything I put my mind to. If this challenge can strengthen and change my mind I can guarantee it will change yours. I am already thinking of what I will do for my second 100 day Challenge. Come on! You have nothing to lose and a whole new life to gain!


Have You Got What It Takes?

Ok so hopefully I answered the question about ‘will it help you conquer your fears and strengthen your mind.’ What I need to add is it will totally change your mind!

So, have you got what it takes to do the 100 Days To Self Mastery Challenge? Do you have the discipline and consistency to get through a 100 day challenge? On your own probably not. With a group of like minded people who offer nothing but loving support and encouragement? You have a huge chance!

BUT…

Only you can do the work. No one else can do it for you. So if you are fired up and raring to go click here to go to the challenge and I will see you inside! PS try it out with our 7 Day FREE Trial!

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23 comments

  1. That’s a sure fire-starter for us procrastinators lol! I think this is a great way to not only start committing to your goal but especially to stay on it for a long period of time.

    I’m a huge sports fan – basketball, boxing, general fitness are things that I’d struggle without! But I’ve always had a knack for taking up a certain plan and somehow find myself stop a couple of months in. Sometimes longer, sometimes quicker.

    My goal for the last year was to get in the best shape (especially boxing-wise) I’ve ever been at and this just might be on my radar to really commit to that longer period of time.

    You put an idea in my head that’s for sure – thanks for sharing!!

    Julius

  2. Hi, Kevin what an amazing post! So informative and the 100 days concept of staying consistent to achieve your goals is definitely attainable and you are proof of that! I really enjoyed your origin story it’s so authentic and completely relatable to a lot of people. You sharing your journey is a huge motivational mindset. I love this definitely going to check it out 🙂 Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. OMG. I love this. What could I achieve In 100 Days of consistent and disciplined action? Well, Kyle from Wealthy Affiliate, gave me this challenge in the form of writing articles. It’s been over 30 days, and I’ve been writing and posting 2 articles per week. The discipline this has given me has allowed me to gain momentum. So in just over a month, I’ve been able to produce and post 10 articles. That’s mind boggling. The goal is that by the time one year goes by, I will have produced 2×52 = 104 articles for the year. Now that’s what consistent and disciplined action is doing for me. I like that your post allows me to apply this discipline in any area of my life, i.e., exercise, eating. I’m going to accept your challenge and do 100 days of affirmations! Thanks for a great article.

    1. Hi Salisha,

      Love your spunk! Go for it. 100 days of affirmations. That is so good. Well done on your articles too. You are a powerhouse!
      Keep it up. Thanks for commenting 🙂

      Kev

  4. Hi, Kevin!
    Thanks for presenting the 100 Days To Self Mastery Challenge. This challenge really requires dedication, perseverance, commitment, and a strong will to start from the beginning, if one day you fail and do not complete the task.
    Congratulations to everyone who manages to pass the first challenge. Then, I believe, it really becomes a healthy addiction, and you decide on the next one.
    Thank you for sharing with us your experience of how you overcame cancer. You really are a great role model and inspiration with your attitude towards illness and the decision to overcome it.
    Friendly greeting,
    Nina

    1. Hi nina,

      Thanks so much! Appreciate your comments. Yes the challenge is great. Really gets you out of your comfort zone and pushes you hard. Yes a nice healthy addiction haha! love that. Thanks again,

      Kev

  5. All I can say is, WOW!
    I mean, in my case, just completing the task I have on my To do list fo a day or week is already fulfilling! How much more completing the 100 Day Challenge!
    I can’t imagine the huge feeling of achievement.

    I always try to have that kind of goal, but have never put myself in challenge, because I know I’ll fail– lol.

    So, it is true that you can not do it alone, you need to have someone who’ll push you to move forward.

    Kudos to you for your achievement and creating the group.

    Now, I’m thinking of putting myself to challenge too. It’s inspiring that I want to challenge myself too!

    This is a great read.

    1. Hi Mina,
      Thanks for your comment. yes its a very powerful thing to do. I am sure if you had the support and encouragement you could do it for sure!
      I think everyone should challenge themselves all the time. getting out of our comfort zone is how we grow.
      I know you can do it too. Just believe in yourself 🙂

      Kev

  6. Kevin,

    Awesome idea! Building a lasting habit takes a long time. That 100 days challenge is a good one!!

    I had struggled to get up in the morning and work out for a while. Injury and fatigue aside, I started doing it one day at a time. I’m confident I’ll make it a long-lasting habit!!!

    The testimonial at the end was inspiring. So, do you get a certificate at the end of the 100 day challenge? That would be awesome! I think it’s a great way to get people motivated to achieve their goals. I have several goals I want to achieve , so it looks like this is as good of a time as any to start. Thanks for your post!

    1. Hi Robert,
      Thanks for your comment. Yes you receive a certificate at the end. Can hang on your wall and feel the pride 🙂 It has really helped me strengthen my mind. A very powerful thing to do. Good luck with all your goals my friend 🙂

      Kev

  7. I love this! It’s something that I should start now, to heal from a back injury I have (a hematoma in my back). It’s healing well and I am doing exercise, I started that a few days ago, and so I am going to make this my 100 day challenge. I was injured in November, and the pain has been terrible, but it is finally healing now and now with the exercises I am making my back stronger again. My goal is to get rid of the pain in 2 weeks max and I will continue the exercises for 100 days.
    I love your attitude when you were diagnosed with cancer. It must have been devastating news, but you dealth with it at once. A plant-based diet is known to have reversed many diseases, it has been documented in books and also by scientists. I also follow a plant-based diet and it has done wonders for me. I love it!
    Thanks for this inspirational post. This 100 day challenge is something that will benefit many, especially now that we’re still in lockdown, which has been difficult for most people.

    1. Hi Christine, thanks so much for your comment. Appreciated. Yes the 100 day challenge is great and certainly has got my mind stronger. Glad you are healing. If you need some moral support yell out! Take care, Kev

  8. Hiya,

    This sounds like a good idea. The problem with us never going anywhere is because we stop at some point. Life gets in the way etc.

    If we actually stayed with what we planned, I think 100 days is more than enough to see progress in just about anything. I will try and apply this to my goals 🙂

    Thanks a lot for a lovely article.

  9. Hi, Kevin
    First off, I love your story and the idea of 100 self mastery challenge.

    I am a big fan of personal development but I see myself struggling to achieve my goals.

    Sometimes we need a challenge and a serious commitment doing what can hell us get where we want to be.

    What I like the must in this challenge is also the idea to get connected with like minded people. I think that can help me stay motivated.

    So this is a challenge I will certainly join.

    Thank you very much.

    1. Hey Sebastian,
      Thanks so much. Appreciated. Yes challenges certainly push us out of our comfort zones. No doubt. If you sign up I look forward to seeing you in the group!

      Cheers,

      Kev

  10. Thanks for sharing this information man and your story, wow that is really quite something. Congrats on beating cancer. Hearing how you did it was quite something. Self mastery is the key to achieving anything worthwhile and it is without a doubt in my opinion what holds most people back. Making yourself do what is required is the hardest battle for people. Thanks again and keep up the great work man. Cheers

    1. Hey Robb,

      Thanks for that, appreciated. Yes self mastery means you are unlimited. No better place to be for sure. Most people stay in their comfort zone so yes getting out and doing it is where freedom lies.

      Cheers, Kev

  11. Hey Kevin,

    Firstly, I’m loving the fact that you’re doing a 100-day workout challenge.

    That’s my kinda thing – I’m always working out.

    As you mention, these challenges are addictive, so I could really probably do with 100 days of NOT exercising, LOL.

    Anyway, that’s by-the-by.

    I absolute love the challenge idea, and it’s something that I have previously completed in just about every area of my life.

    That being said, I generally stick to 30-day challenges.

    Regardless, you do feel a huge sense of achievement, but I’m always looking to push myself just that little bit harder, so 100 days sounds just about right.

    As for my 30-day challenges, many have been exercise-related – I’ve done things like X amount of burpees, or push ups, or squats, etc. on a daily basis.

    I even managed to do the Murph challenge for 30 days straight (that’s a 2-mile run, 100 pull ups, 200 push ups, 300 squats every single day for 30 days).

    I have also turned activities like meditation, journalling, reading, etc. into daily habits by initially starting out with a 30-day challenge.

    In fact, I’m currently aiming to go one step further and write an article every single day in January 2021 (so 31 days), and I’ve already considered extending it to 50 days.

    It’s going well thus far, but I’ve had to odd-day when I’ve had to struggle with my mind and my own negative thoughts.

    Does that ring a bell when you’re doing 100 day challenges?

    If so, do you have any specific tips you’d like to share about overcoming that negative voice in the head? Much appreciated.

    So, for my writing challenge, do I jump in and push it to 100 days?

    The accountability via a Facebook group sounds awesome, and sometimes just reading other people’s stories is all the motivation one needs.

    Keep going Kevin, you’ve definitely inspired me.

    Thanks
    Partha

    1. Hey Partha,

      Thanks so much for the comment and your feedback, much appreciated. Wow that Murph challenge sounds crazy!! I better do it haha! yes I love the 100 days for sure. Yes I have a few people in the 100 days to self mastery challenge doing meditation, journaling, yoga as well as physical stuff. As you say a great way to create a habit.

      Yes there are times no doubt when your, what I call, the soft mind/voice takes over. The voice that says ‘It’s cold and raining outside today, stay in bed, you deserve a rest.’ I used to have that but I remember David Goggins saying you have a soft mind and a hard mind and you have to let the hard mind get on top of the small mind and you do that by being consistent and disciplined everyday. My own mantra is consistency equals discipline equals freedom. I guess my tips are just to think ‘why am I doing this?’ Have a good why. Remember 99% of people in the world let their soft mind win every day. Be different. Get strong in the mind. Push that soft mind back. It never goes away but if you can make the hard mind 60% and the soft mind 40% you are winning. Eventually you ignore the soft mind.

      Another tip would be to know in your mind that once you do the challenge that day you are going to feel so much better. You don’t do it you will feel like crap. I try and get mine done as early as I can too so I have less time to talk myself out of it. When I did my running for 100 days I would get up sometimes as early as 3.50am and go do my run. Running at that time when everyone else is in bed is so soothing and being out in nature when its so quiet and seeing kangaroos, wombats, all kinds of birds and fog and rain somedays is very addictive. I actually looked forward to each morning.

      Yes having the accountability in the group is a huge thing. We have a great group of people all encouraging and supporting each other. Very cool. Far better than doing it alone.

      As for your writing challenge I think you know my answer to that haha! Go for it my friend!

      Thanks again for your comments,

      Cheers,
      Kev

  12. Hey, Kevin! Thanks for sharing this post. First of all, I want to say great website! I’m a big fan of personal development and getting out of your comfort zone.

    Secondly, this 100 days to self-mastery challenge is a brilliant idea! I personally use 21/90 rule to form new habits and break out of the comfort zone whenever I need it. The science behind it is the same. Simply go for it and don’t quit for 90 days staraight. If you fail just one day, start from zero.

    It works like magic! 🙂 Thanks again for sharing his program. I’ll click your links and investigate it further.

  13. Hi Kevin,

    WOW, this challenge sounds amazing. Congratulations on everything you have achieved in becoming a life coach, health and fitness expert and it is so inspirational that you defeated cancer.

    I have seen a lot of these types of challenges advertised at the beginning of the year, but this sounds a lot more authentic and genuine because you have done this yourself and you have evidence of you doing the challenge from your video. Loved the video by the way and that rain seems a bit heavy to me 🙂

    I hope lots and lots of people undertake this challenge. I have shared this with my friends as I believe they would benefit from taking this challenge.

    Thank you for sharing and keep up the great work.

    All the best,

    Tom

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