Had an incredible time with @3footgiant last week. This guys has led an incredible life. He wasn’t supposed to make it to day 2 of his life and ended up outliving the doctors that said that WHILE... - - Graduating college with a degree in political science - working under Bill Clinton - mentored by Tony Robbins - writing TWO books - getting $15k-$25k to speak on stages around the world - and so much more! - I’m excited for you all to see this episode on The GOAT Show soon! Thanks Sean!
Wanna know the scariest relationship of all? Here are some clues: you’re fighting with it constantly, you almost NEVER win, and you’ve lost all respect for it. Answer: Your relationship with time. The most sacred relationship of all. It’s time to cut the crap. This week’s blog helps you get a hand on your non-existent time management skills: #linkinbio
For our Mini-tip Monday today, I'd like to introduce you to the idea of clearing to neutral. At the end of the day, or when you are done with a task, clear your workspace to bring it back to the way it was before you started working. Close your open tabs on the computer, clear your desk, empty your inbox. You'll be thanking yourself next time you start a task, because you'll have cleared the friction preventing you to get to work. You can do the same at home, washing dishes as soon as you're done eating, or making your bed upon waking up. You'll like the clean slate and the comforting sight of a clean space. Let me know if you give it a try! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #minitipmonday#productivity#productivitytips#productive#getthingsdone#gettingthingsdone#workinghard#hardwork#workhard#hustle#doitall#doit#doitnow#productivehappiness
On Keeping Your Habits Ongoing The twelve-week year. A 90-day challenge. It seems like even the algorithms of the internet reward you for consistency for 3 months. Even before I heard of these, when I was busy in my day job, I found that I could cope with long hours and working weekends as long as it was in three-month bursts. I knew that during those three months I had to find a way of making all the things I was currently doing fit into a sustainable timeframe to give me a "break" by being able to work "normal" working hours for the subsequent three months. At the end of the three-month burst, I would be able to take a holiday, get back into a more moderate pace for three months before taking more one on and having a mother three-month burst. After doing this a couple of times, it no longer took three months to sort out the next big workload. The same techniques can be implemented much quicker once you have practiced them and you start to get into a groove of your own system: cut out these meetings, replace with reports; find out who is reading the reports and cut out the ones not needed; find some areas of the business driving noise and move them to self-serve with a bit of training. The thing that takes longer than three months is working on yourself. And that is okay. Once you have taken the time to boil things down to habits you can do every day no matter what - then do them every day, no matter what - why stop doing them? Build upon them instead. You might have identified one habit in order to get fitter. Great, well don not stop when you have done this for 90 days, just build on top of it. Find a way of making it sustainable. Thinking of a 90-day challenge of content creation, I think this is where Gary Vee's document versus create comes from: do not give yourself the excuse of not having ideas for content, just document your day - that is the content. Where else can you find excuses and turn them on their head? Find a way of keeping going longer
Giving me grief a whole week about ruining his spring break, ...pain, no beach, no going out, why pull wisdoms ??? Blah..blah blah..& Poof...Amazing how shopping for workout clothes seems to make things better! Parenting101; it’s not bribery, the term is ‘incentive’ 👌#singlemomlife #momnsontime#gettingthingsdone#everybodyhappy#mybubbz#mywaika —a New Xbox game doesn’t hurt either since he has a dislike for flying 😬