Maximize Your Intervals With Peak Workflows
Use Goal Zeroing to Simplify Your Next Three Months
If you have a day job and are working on a side hustle, this article is for you. I have a full-time job and am always looking for ways to improve my methods.
It’s not always just getting to work. Take into account that fact that you have limited energy. The way you go about your work, the process, is just as important as the work itself.
Replace Pressure of Achievement With Good Habits
Are you guilty of goal sprinkling — you work on a little bit of this then a little bit of that? What a waste of energy. Having too many goals at one time can be distracting.
Here’s how to take the pressure off and get better results…
Why You Should Start With a Proven Business Model
The reason you don’t sit down and get to work is because what you want to accomplish won’t happen in one sitting. Instead, focus on the habits and actions, not the end result.
How to Know If You're Making Good Decisions
It’s great to dream but if you’re anything like me, you can get caught up in the flow of creativity but not sure how it fits in with reality.
Why dream big for your first business? Who runs a marathon before they take their first step? Nobody.
Three Types of Control Will Either Ruin or Make All Possible
We hold on to our fears, frustrations, and anger when we don’t know how to handle it or function without it. When we make a good decision, we let go of the pain of the past and let it be what it is, a memory.
How to Work on Your Goals From a Place of Power: Friction vs. Validation
There are three types of control that I’ve come across from my experience. I’ve found that I’m most dissatisfied with my life when I focus on a certain type of control (#3).
Do This When Shame Breaks Your Belief in Yourself
You know your work is good; it matches your vision for your life and the legacy you want to leave, but your bank account isn’t any less abysmal than before. Something is broken…
Why Rabbits Eat at the Edge of Destruction
There’s only one way to dissolve shame from your bones. You have to evaporate it, stomp it out. Crack its back by doing something that makes you feel powerful.
Today Is Not Forever
For most of us, we aren’t at risk from environmental dangers, but relational ones. This doesn’t mean they are less deadly. We can be killed socially — isolated and alone can feel the same as being dead.
A Torch in the Night
Days are dominos, but not a fatalistic end. Yes, there are windows of opportunity that you can maximize (which singular focus helps scout these opportunities), but if you miss the domino today, pick it up and place it tomorrow. There’s time to do it.
Use Stabilization Points to Turn Chaos Into Sanity
Have you ever had recurring thoughts that haunt your brain? They can be small ideas that appear trivial on the surface, but they are not. They push us towards certain actions that define who we are.
How Relationships Should Work
You’ve got some chaos going on. It could be a bunch of todos pilling up or a tragic event. I get it. Whatever levels of chaos you’re experiencing, it’s a worthy skill to be able to turn it into sanity. Here’s how…
The Most Unusual Way to Experience Gratitude
I think most would agree that they want their relationships to go deep, rather than wade at the surface. Connecting with people on a deep level is what gives meaning to life.
How I Get Myself to Do What I Don't Want to Do (But Need to)
When you think of gratitude, Thanksgiving might come to mind. I know it does for me. Being thankful is popular during the holiday season, but what about your day-to-day?
Getting Over My Own Sh*& and Thinking Like a Business
We don’t like to wait. Instant gratification is built into our lives (more so in America). Getting what we want right now has become a staple of our culture. Everything is on demand. When we want something, we want it NOW.
Are You Effective or Proficient? How to Spend Your Time as an Entrepreneur
Fear is an irrational component that comes along with activity. Just like making my first few calls today, the harness and steel cabling in that situation should have been my training as a phone sales professional, but the pit in my stomach was still there.
Get in Communication: Active vs. Passive Networking
It’s easy to pretend that you’re successful, moving from one task to the next, staying busy, on the go, making moves.
I’ve had a lot of time to lay a different foundation for my life. It’s like planting seeds on alien soil—it’s not much right now but I know that with enough care and special treatment, life will flourish.
Use Timed Intervals to Get Anything Done
I’m convinced that the magic of life can be found in communication with other people. Part of my daily plan is to spend more time reaching out to people. Everyone agrees that networking is important, but most people, myself included, rely on passive networking.
Income vs. Legacy: Setting Your Priorities
If you are a success-driven and have huge goals, you might be prone to doses of procrastination. Why?
Sometime looking too hard at the BIG picture is a bad idea. Having monster goals is important but thinking about them all at once is intimidating.
Have you ever been torn between making more money and the impact you want to make on the world? This topic is on my mind all the time.
In this article, I’m going to show you what I’ve learned from two very successful entrepreneurs, Andy Frisella and Grant Cardone, about managing the priorities of your life.