There is no one-size-fits-all productivity solution. Different people have different ways to get things done. As much as you love technology, it might not be how you plan your day. But it can still help in giving you the right non-tech tools to manage your day.
There’s nothing worse than going through life, feeling like a zombie, day in and day out… Wonder what you can do to make the most of your day? You are in the right place then. Read on…
Brendon Burchard is an absolute genius.
Increasing our focus, energy and effectiveness by 30% every single week is fairly easy. Brendon Burchard has proven this with his private clients and High Performance Academy students over and over again.
Below are five areas Brendon insists his clients must master in order to feel the vibrancy, joy and progress in life they deserve. Rate yourself honestly, tally the total, and see how well you’re doing.
Just by implementing these 5 daily habits will allow you to feel more energized and alive than you’ve ever been for the longest time!
50-min More Sleep
How consistently are you sleeping 7-9 hours per night? Please remember the word here is “consistently.” Rate yourself on a scale of 1 (“I never get that much rest”) to 10 (I almost always sleep 8 hours per night”) then journal here on how you could start to improve this area of your life.
50-min Morning Power Blocks
Do you activate your physical body with stretching or a workout every morning? And do you begin your day strategically planning or in reaction mode responding to your emails, messages and demands of others? How much of your first 60-minutes is really spent thinking and finding your center and purpose? Write how you could improve.
50-min Block Time
“Block Time” is a focus-management approach that requires “blocking out” significant amounts of time to advance or complete a major project in your life. It requires you to get clear on a major dream and schedule real time to leap towards it. Do you tend to schedule uninterrupted blocks of time to actually work each day, or are you in reaction mode all day? Rate 1-10
Do you take at least one standing break per hour when working or during times you are sitting? Do you move and stretch during that time? How could you take more breaks during each hour and what will you do to remind yourself to do it?
Do you meditate or take a walk each and every single day on a consistent basis? What practice could you begin to reset your mind toward peace and freedom each day and how will you remind yourself to practice every day?
Check out his powerful video on How Millionaires Schedule Their Day below, plus download 1-Page Productivity Tool here.