Join The 7 Day Walking Challenge:
Be More Creative, Find More Energy,
And Finally, Start Getting Healthier

On May 16th, entrepeneurs are committed to walking more. Join us and you'll discover how the simple habit of walking can lead to a healthier, happier, and more productive life.









The Surprising, Life-Changing Power of Walking
(Plus a Simple Way to Get Started Today)

I’m Derek Halpern, and I’m the founder of Social Triggers, a community of more than 500,000 entrepreneurs…

...And I believe it’s the seemingly unremarkable, daily habits that help people Be The Exception in both business and life.

While I often focus on straight business advice, today I’m doing things a little bit different. Today I want to invite you to join me (and thousands of other entrepreneurs) to start walking more.

The benefits are clear, and as a community, I believe walking can help us get one step closer to our dreams… even if you’re pressed for time.

All you have to do is click the button, enter your name and email, and I’ll show you the next steps.

Research Shows That Taking Short Walks Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Creative, and RICH

Okay, maybe not “rich.”

But the truth is, the health benefits are undeniable...

Now I am not a doctor, so you should consult with a medical professional about the health benefits and/or risks of walking more (my lawyers made me say this!).

That said, research from University College London shows that walking as little as 21 minutes a day cut the risk of dying during the study period (11.3 years on average) by 32%.

(And that's not just the result of one study. It's the result of analyzing 18 studies published between 1970 and 2007 in peer-reviewed journals.)

Reduce the risk of a premature death with a 20 minute walk? I’ll take that!

And then, there are the "side effects.”

Research from California State University found a clear and strong relationship between the number of steps people took and their overall mood and energy level.

Research from Stanford University proves that walking has a significant positive effect on creative thinking.

And what’s funny is…

People have been taking advantage of the simple act of walking for CENTURIES.

Beethoven, one of the world’s most renowned composers,
spent his afternoons taking a walk around Vienna.

Three times NYT best-selling author, Tim Ferriss, said
a 10-20 minute walk in the morning is “better than a handful of Prozac.” *

When best-selling author Nassim N. Taleb hits writer's block... He walks.
In fact, he believes that walking might be as important as sleep. *

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner says:
"It's energizing to get outside for a 30 minute walk a few times a day. In addition to the obvious fitness benefits, this meeting format essentially eliminates distractions, so I find it to be a much more productive way to spend time.” *

At first, I thought this was all a little crazy...

...but when I started going on small walks, I noticed that:

  • If I’m struggling with a tough problem, taking a walk helps me clear my head and see things from a different perspective.
  • Walking helps me regain my energy (I used to just have a coffee when I hit the “afternoon energy slump,” but now I take a walk instead).
  • I come up with some of my best ideas while I’m wandering aimlessly around Central Park.

It truly changed my life.

From a business perspective.

AND a health perspective.

It really IS the seemingly unremarkable, daily habits that help people Be The Exception.

And today, I want to help you start walking more.

Plus, in addition to this challenge, you’ll also get access to the Social Triggers newsletter where we’ll share cool challenges like this one, helpful training videos, invitations to premium online courses, and more.

So, join me on this challenge, and let’s work on
becoming the exception TODAY.

* Tim Ferriss, Nassim Taleb, and Jeff Weiner are not affiliated and do not sponsor or endorse Social Triggers or the Challenge.

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