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About James Swanwick
I created the 30 Day No Challenge to teach you the same methods I used to reduce alcohol, gain more energy, sleep better, improve my relationships, reach higher financial goals and coach people get similar results.

Since 2010, I have worked with celebrities, professional athletes, Olympians, and everyday people to help them achieve more in 30 days than they ever thought possible. 

My style is a mix of encouragement, tough love, strict discipline, hyper-accountability, and a strong sense of urgency to keep you fully engaged and to perform at the pinnacle of your abilities. 

The 30 Day No Alcohol Challenge focuses on one question: 

What does it take to deliver radical results, quickly? 

Everything you need for achieving your goals fast is in the 30 Day No Alcohol Challenge. 

It works if you do the work!


 
 
 
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Written by James Swanwick on Jun. 17th 2016
On March 12, 2010, I woke up with a hangover in a hotel room 20 minutes outside of Austin, Texas. I splashed some water on my face, walked next door to an IHOP, sat down, and prepared to eat a greasy breakfast.....
 

 
Written by Michael Friedman Ph.D. on Feb. 2nd 2016
Alcohol flows everywhere in our culture. It’s how we relax, how we socialize, how we celebrate. And while it’s generally accepted that alcohol abuse and dependence is harmful, we generally view casual drinking — even binge-drinking — as not only acceptable, but preferable, as a part of life....
 

Written by Michele Promaulayko on Jan. 18th 2016
Despite the oft-repeated fact that in moderation, alcohol can be good for us (such as the recent news on how red wine can boost sexual performance), there is plenty of evidence to suggest that kicking booze has even more benefits...
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Written by James Swanwick on Jan. 12th 2016
 
I always tell myself, “Drinking alcohol borrows joy from tomorrow."  I once was a social drinker.  What started as a 30-day no alcohol challenge turned into a permanent lifestyle change.  People often ask me how I changed physically, mentally and emotionally after quitting drinking.  So, I thought I'd share my story...
 

 
Written by James Swanwick on Dec. 12th 2015
 
I was a social drinker until 2010 when I tried the 30-Day No-Alcohol Challenge. After that, I quit alcohol cold turkey. Until that point, my dates had always revolved around alcohol. Like most people, I'd meet women in a bar for a drink, or we’d order wine with dinner. We think, drinking will relax me, so I'll seem more confident and less nervous. It's the standard game plan...
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Written by James Swanwick on Dec. 12th 2015
 
Like most people, you probably love a glass of wine over dinner or a cold beer during the holidays season.  Alcohol is a big part of our lives at special events with family, friends, and colleagues.  I was a social drinker until 2010 when I took an initial 30-Day No Alcohol Challenge and then quit alcohol entirely...
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Written by James Swanwick on Dec. 11th 2015
 
It’s the holiday rush. You’re struggling to keep up with those end-of-year deadlines and buying that perfect gift for Grandma. So you forget to eat dinner before going for drinks with friends. And because you don't want to be a killjoy, you get involved in the festivities. Before you know it, that "one drink" has turned into a three-day hangover...
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Written by James Swanwick on Dec. 4th 2015
 
Most of us love a cold beer or glass of wine with friends and family during downtime. We like to stay up late, eat great food and catch up. In moderation, it makes us feel good. It's part of our culture. But what happens physically and mentally when you tweak just a few habits?...
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Written by Aly Walansky on Nov. 11th 2015
 
Eating healthy is sometimes pretty difficult, but it gets extra hard during the holiday season, when candy and snacks seem to present themselves at every turn, and rich, gut-busting meals happen with greater frequency than in the other ten months of the year. How do we celebrate with our friends and family by indulging in our favorite dishes without going too far?...
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Written by James Swanwick on Sept. 22th 2015
 
Alcohol was a big part of my life socially for nearly 20 years — it was the common bond that connected me to others. It was fun, and I had some great experiences. But by 34, my lifestyle was catching up. I was existing and directionless...
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Written by James Swanwick on Sep. 10th 2015
 
For most of my adult life, alcohol was part of my routine: some wine after work to relax, a few drinks to celebrate special events, wild weekend nights with friends. It was social. Fun. But as the years passed, I started to notice in photographs taken only a few years before that my face was less puffy and weathered, and there were no lines around my eyes or bags beneath them...
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Written by James Swanwick on Aug. 26th 2015
 
Most of us love a glass of wine over dinner or a cold beer on a hot summer day. In moderation, it can make us feel good. It’s part of our culture. We enjoy sharing a few drinks with friends. But what happens physically and mentally when you quit alcohol for 30 days? I tried this simple experiment in 2010...
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Written by James Swanwick on Mar. 12th 2015
 
Alcohol. Most of us love a glass of wine over dinner. Or a cold beer on a hot summer’s day. In moderation, it can make us feel good. It’s part of our culture. We enjoy sharing a few drinks with friends. But what happens to you physically and mentally when you quit alcohol for just 30 days?...
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Written by James Swanwick on Jun. 15th 2014
 
Four years ago, I began a simple 30-day challenge. My goal? Don’t touch a single drink. Seemed easy enough. Now, four years later, I still haven’t touched alcohol. My mates often ask me about my four year lifestyle choice of sobriety (especially since I’m Australian), so I figure I’ll share my story...
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