Why use peer pressure to stay on track in your long term projects?

The power of small groups to stay on track

Say you’ve started a course to build some skills.  You need these skills to help you make progress on a long term project. Maybe you joined the course to help you stay on track. When it starts you no doubt feel motivated, even excited! You eagerly watch the first videos or start reading the notes. You’re moving toward your goal finally. It feels good to have taken action. You are still glowing from the sales copy and the testimonials that gave you the confidence to buy… Once started. Long term projects can start to feel daunting can’t they? Once started. Long term projects can start to feel daunting can’t they? Then comes the weekend. Then Monday comes around and for some reason you’re not so excited anymore. It’s the school holidays and the kids are at home and you’ve got to spend time with your family right? Your excitement for the course has already begun to wane. The next day this starts to turn into a sense of dread. Regret even shame.