Guilt Hour on Twitter

UPDATE: We’ll be holding Guilt Hour on Twitter on Wednesdays from 10am-11am EDT. Post your One Guilty Task with the hashtag #GuiltHour.

We’ve had three great articles on Guilt Hour in the last few days. We’re glad to see this idea taking off, especially since we find this method so useful in our own workplace.

The social aspect of Guilt Hour is important: declaring your One Guilty Task to other people is usually a big relief, and it helps us move past our guilt and get things done.

But what if you don’t have a team to support your Guilt Hour? We humbly offer this experiment: join us for ours! For the next few weeks, we’ll be tweeting our tasks at the start of our Guilt Hour with the hashtag #guilthour, and then we’ll check in on twitter again at the end of the hour.

Whether you’re trying Guilt Hour on your own or your whole team is participating, we hope you’ll join us.

(Of course, you can tweet your One Guilty Task whenever you’re able to take a Guilt Hour, but we find that there’s something helpful about knowing that other people are out there tackling guilt at the same time as you are.)

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Nick Jehlen is a partner at The Action Mill