Grant’s 30-day challenge

August 4, 2011

Yesterday I talked about a talk about trying something new for 30 days.

What was that, Annie?

Sorry. Self-editing.

TED Talks video: Try something new for 30 days

I promised not only to share with you what ideas I decide to implement for a fun-filled 30 days (still workin’ on it), but a friend of mine that’s working on a cool 30-day challenge of his own.

That friend is Grant Peelle. Yay, Grant!

A few weeks ago, frustrated with recent changes in his businesses and looking for a bout of inspiration and creativity, he decided to launch a personal challenge: create 30 short films in 30 days.

Grant is a filmmaker. It’s his love. His creativity. His thang.

What better way to spark – or re-spark – your creativity than by forcing yourself out of your comfort zone. Especially when you’re doing something you love.

Don’t you agree?

I thought so.

Grant posts his daily videos on his blog, http://grantpeelle.wordpress.com, and is well into Day 9 of his challenge. Stop by and say hello, will ya?

His videos are short and sweet (usually 1-2 minutes in length), always have a great soundtrack to push them along, and range in subject matter from a potential commercial for a Ford Focus

Grant video - Find your focus
to a few hours in the life of his 4 year-old son

Grant video - dinosaur king
to a behind the scenes look at a professional recording session for a friend’s new information product.

Grant video - behind the scenes

Neat!

If you love film, creativity, or just witnessing someone accomplishing something really cool, you’ll enjoying spending a few minutes on this site.

Go Grant Go! Congrats on accomplishing almost one-third of your monthly challenge.

We’re cheering you on.

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