I’m busy. Just like you.
A question that I get often is, “How do you get so much stuff done, yet have balance in your life?”
You see, BALANCE was what I was looking for when I get started as an entrepreneur. I had been downsized for the last time. I was DONE with working 24/7 helping others pursue their dreams. I just wanted to spend as much time as I could with the people I love most in my life, yet still get paid executive-level income.
Then I learned this little hack…
In just five minutes each day you can significantly change the course of your life. When you take this step and then follow through the next morning, you can literally drop your bad habits and transform your health, finances, and relationships. Just insert this little five minute hack into your daily thirty minute transformation plan and you're golden.
BUZZ. BUZZ. BUZZ.
There goes your alarm clock. Again. OOPS – that was your alarm going off – ten minutes ago. You're already running late. Again.
But hold on, not so fast. You can still hack your bad habits and make huge changes in your life in just about five minutes a day. And yes, it's still possible even though your boss is working your ass off, while you are raising your children, while you run your business and while you juggle a social life, family responsibilities, and even enjoy a little downtime for yourself.
And even better, making these changes is FREE. In fact, you're about to discover a complete five minute hack for changing your life.
Here it is. And it’s super-simple, yet most people don’t take the five minutes it takes to do it.
Every evening, before you go to bed, write down the 5-10 things you need to do the next day to move forward with your priorities.
What are the things you can do that will have the MOST impact?
Doing this simple exercise, EVERY DAY, gets your organized and focused on what needs to be done… and what doesn’t.
This little hack can turn into a giant step towards transforming your whole life. Easy-peasy, lemon squeezy.
The next ten minutes of your transformation are as important and are essential to making big changes in your life.
Wake up 10 minutes earlier.
Yeah, I know, the alarm clock sucked today. But now you have priorities. Now you have a checklist of things to do and motivation to get out of bed not just on time, but a little bit early, because it's going to make all the difference in your life.
Getting up early starts with making changes at night. Simply cut out a bit of TV today (TIVO it!), and get to bed on time – or even fifteen minutes early – so that you can get up with ten minutes to spare in the morning. When you do this, you'll be shocked at the difference it will make.
Every problem can be attacked better first thing in the morning when you have better mental clarity and fewer distractions. Eventually you should work up to getting up thirty minutes – or even an hour – earlier than you do now, but let's start with ten minutes tomorrow.
Keep your priority to-do list right beside your bed. When you wake up and get through your morning routine, go right to item number one on the list and start taking action to get it done. This might mean starting an exercise routine, preparing a better lunch for work, doing a CSI-style investigation on your bank balance, or simply going through a stack of unpaid bills on your kitchen table.
Whatever your number one priority is, attack it first thing in the morning. Again, you'll be shocked at what you can get done in just ten minutes without distractions. You'll get addicted to the progress you can make in the calm and silence of the early morning hours. Getting an early start is one of the top secrets of the most productive and successful people in the world. And now you're an insider just like them.
So far, so good. By borrowing just fifteen minutes from your busy day we've already made a dramatic change in what you are getting done. Your life is starting to change for the better. But we're only halfway done.
That's how you transform your life thirty minutes at a time. It all starts today, right now, by writing down your priorities to attack tomorrow.