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Transcript (excuse the lack of grammar, this is a direct and auto-generated transcript) So I was at my friend’s 40th birthday and he said something really interesting to me. He said if my 16 year old self could see where I am now and see the way that I live now he’d be completely blown
The following article is a section from Module 03: Get Focused in the Nature of Work Foundations Program, where I talk extensively about how to optimize performance using the power of routines. In the program, I look at every aspect of structuring your work day, setting daily and weekly priorities and tracking your progress against
Habit change is hard. It requires prolonged discipline over many weeks and months. Research shows that one of the best ways to support habit change is by having social support.
In a culture that celebrates grinders, it can seem that the only way to get ahead and increase your productivity is to work more hours than anyone else and sacrifice any sense of balance, sleep and well-being. I fell into this trap through my 20s and early 30s. I worked long days and late nights,
The human body and mind were designed to manage stress. Too little or too much stress can cause serious health issues and weaken our ability to perform at elite levels. Stress Stacking is a way to evaluate and optimize your stress levels and find your natural balance.
As entrepreneurs and humans in general, we have a fascinating and historically backward view with sleep and rest. I don’t know where the notion that we can simply bypass sleep to be more productive came from, but it’s the scientific equivalent of saying the earth is flat.
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