Wake Up Week 24 - How is it going halfway in?

The Great Wake Up! is a series of 40 fun experiments during the course of 2016, to help you find the time and energy to make your life a brighter and more fulfilling place. In essence, a strategy for life liberation! By breaking routines and experimenting with new, we force ourselves to become more conscious. Join The Great Wake Up! for all 40 experiments as they unfold or take your pick from what feels right for you... BUT be sensible and don't try anything which will put you at risk. We can't promise that these experiments will work for you and don't take responsibility for the outcomes. It is all down to you!

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It's week 24 already; almost half way through the year. It seems to have flown by.

This week we are taking off for reflection. How is going for you now we have really got into a rhythm?

There have been many different types of experiments so are you beginning to get a sense of which kind work best for you? Any patterns emerging?

I would love to hear what you have to say.

This is a great time for us to check in so I would be very grateful if you could complete the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TGWU_May

This will help us learn about the experiments we had in May. It is also a good time to check on the impact of The Great Wake Up! so far; so the last question here is of particular interest to me.

The experiment for week 25 will be posted here on Friday the 10th June so do come back then!

Keep on keeping on and keep on shining bright!

Huge love

Chris x

Chris Baréz-Brown

Author, speaker and founder Upping Your Elvis, Upping Your Elvis

Best selling author, speaker and business beatnik Chris Baréz Brown has a rather unusual view of the world in that he knows that everybody is perfect. As we grow, develop and socialise we can lose touch with that brilliance and often become somebody we’re not. Chris founded his Dorset based company Upping Your Elvis in 2009 to help people reconnect with their inner genius and once again become confident in being who they truly are. The Guardian recently described Chris as a long haired, twinkly eyed cross between Richard Branson and a wizard.