Matt Cutts works in search optimization at Google, where he’s made hundreds of training videos for webmasters. Now he’s plugging a new way to achieve any goal: Try it for 30 days.
Adding or subtracting a habit requires 30 days to “stick,” Cutts says, and his experiences writing a (bad) novel and converting from “a desk-dwelling computer nerd to somebody who bikes to work—for fun” showed him that not only does your time become more memorable but also that your self-confidence grows.
“You can do anything in 30 days,” he says. “Why not think about something you have always wanted to try and give it a shot?”