How to Use the Accountability Challenge Stack
Did You Start with the Rule Finder?
If you took the Rule Finder quiz first and then were directed here, you’re in the right place.
If you haven’t yet taken the quiz, please do so now so you can be directed to the appropriate challenge stack.
These are the Accountability Challenges, for breaking the rule Pretend You Don’t Matter.
I Recommend Engaging One Challenge Each Week
Play the long game with your professional growth and learning by choosing one challenge each week and engaging with it as much as you are able.
Leave a comment on the challenge you’ve been using so that you can reflect on its value, integrate your experiences, and serve the community by sharing your insights and progress.
At the beginning of the next week you can switch to another challenge.
Your pace and the sequence of your challenge selection is up to you.
You can work with a challenge you find here in the archives, or wait for a new challenge to show up in your inbox.
Consider Working with a Partner
If you really want to magnify the benefits of engaging with the platform, consider bringing a friend or colleague with you into Break a Rule and becoming accountability partners for each other in rule breaking.
Start Your Own Substack
You could even start your own Substack publication and publish stories of engaging these challenges and your adventures and learning, following each other so that you stay in the loop of each other’s progress and experience.
Subscribe to the Accountability Stack
If you’d like to be notified whenever a new accountability challenge is added to the stack, you can subscribe directly to the accountability challenge stack by navigating to your profile, clicking on “settings”, scrolling down to subscriptions and clicking there, and then scrolling down to your notification settings where you will be able to subscribe to any of the development stacks.
This process is shown below.
Go to settings.
Choose Break a Rule from your subscriptions.
Toggle emails “on” to receive new posts to any of the stacks.
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