The Secret I’ve Learned After 5 Years Of Food Experiments
For 5 years I’ve been running a food experiment on myself.
And 143 days ago I discovered a secret formula that has changed my life.
I’m going to share that secret with you right now.
But first, a warning.
Just because you’ll have the secret formula in a few moments from now, doesn’t mean you can follow the recipe.
I think you’ll find it very hard.
And I think even if you try it, you’ll quit (several times).
But if you stick with it, your body will start to change the way mine has changed.
The secret to the secret is to take it one 30-day challenge at a time. I’ll tell you more about this technique shortly, but first, I think a short timeline of my journey will help. Continue reading “What I’ve Learned From 5 Years of Food Experiments On Myself”
Please don’t abuse the knowledge I’m about to bestow on you.
I don’t want to increase your stress levels.
I don’t want you to cram more in to your life just because you can.
Sometimes it’s important to slow down instead of speed up.
- Slow down when you are spending time with your family.
- Slow down when you’re enjoying a sunset or a sunrise.
- Slow down when you are making an important decision, or pondering the meaning of life.
That said, the benefits of doing things faster are many.
For me, I’ve found that doing things faster is a real time saver.
- I can put more of the things I enjoy into every day.
- I can get the boring but necessary bits out of the way faster.
- I can work through my to-do list faster to make more time for breaks and fun.
So here’s my list of 5 ways to do things faster. Continue reading “What If You Could Write Faster, Read Faster, Listen Faster, Watch Faster, and Think Faster?”
Have you noticed that there are only 2 ways to get things done in this world?
There Are Only 2 Ways To Get Things Done
- Do it yourself
- But you have just 24 hours in a day just like everyone else, it’s hard to leverage your time
- Get someone to do it for you
- You might be asking them to buy something from you
- You might be asking them for help on something small/big
- You might be asking them to make a small/big change to their normal behaviour, the way they normally do things
Imagine if you could motivate 10 people to do 10 hours of work for you everyday? That’s 100 hours of productivity every day.
So how do you motivate someone?
Money works. Sometimes.
But I think the biggest motivator is attention.
Could Attention Be The Biggest Motivator?
Continue reading “Need To Motivate Someone To Take Action? Will You Email, Phone, or Meet Them Face-to-Face?”
Wouldn’t it be great if you had an extra hour every day?
What would you do with that extra time?
A few years back I used to get up at 5.30am every morning (even weekends) to read business books for 90 minutes before I started to get ready for work.
I got through 1.5 books a week that way. Here are the summaries of my favourite 81 business books.
But then I had my first kid. And then another. And then another.
And the best I could do was get up at 7am. And even then I was bleary eyed and grumpy.
I’ve only been able to get back into that pattern for brief periods of time. (That sweet spot when all the kids are not sick and none of them walk into our room in the middle of the night).
But I think I might have just cracked the recipe.
Even with 1 sick kid who wakes us up a few times every night this week, my eyes have popped open at 5.00am or 5.30am and I’m feeling good! I’ve been able to start reading business books again with consistency.
It’s been 6 mornings in a row now.
Want to know how I’ve been able to add an extra hour to every morning?
Continue reading “How I Added An Extra Hour To Every Day, And How You Can Too”