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How to Dominate Your Day Before Breakfast [5am Miracle Book Review]

How to Dominate Your Day Before Breakfast [5am Miracle Book Review]

“Dominate your day before breakfast” may sound intimidating, but it’s really not.

That’s been Jeff Sanders’ motto for his podcast, and now for his book.

The idea is that you can accomplish a lot with little effort, if you change a few habits.

I’ve been listening to Jeff’s show, The 5AM Miracle podcast, for a few years now. It made my top podcasts list and it continues to be one of the only podcasts that I listen to every time a new episode is available.

Jeff finally (I’ve been waiting!) put his expertise into words and released a book…an extremely awesome, useful, direct, practical and applicable book, if I do say so myself…and I do.

Here’s some insight into his book, The 5AM Miracle…

7 Everyday Habits You Need to Reach Your Financial Goals

7 Everyday Habits You Need to Reach Your Financial Goals

According to Professor Robert Mooradian of Northeastern University,

millions of Americans are dealing with the emotionally and physically taxing consequences of debt every year. We all want to make our financial goals, like getting out of debt, a reality, but few ever make it without changing their everyday habits.

Before we get into the list of habits that will change your financial goals and eventually your life, we need to get two basic concepts down:

The Power (and the Myths) of Written Goals

The Power (and the Myths) of Written Goals

If you’ve read some books on goal setting, you’ve probably read that only 3% of the population have written goals.

That statistic is often followed by something like “it doesn’t matter if this is true or not, the point is very few people write down their goals.” There is a need for that justification.

This “3%” comes from a study at Yale University in 1953.

The story goes, a Yale University class set goals. 3% of the class wrote them down, while the other 97% didn’t. Twenty years later, the researchers checked in on the classmates to find that the 3% with written goals had more wealth than the other 97% combined.

What an interesting study…the only issue is that it never actually happened.

The Ultimate Productivity List: 75 Books to Boost Your Productivity

The Ultimate Productivity List: 75 Books to Boost Your Productivity

I just released the top 75 books on personal finance and it was insanely popular.

Now it’s time for the “best of the best” productivity list. Yes, that’s a total of 150 books I’m recommending. I hope your to-read list is growing! I’m here to help with that.

I’ve been reading on productivity for years. Just like with personal finance, I’ve read some amazing books and some…not so amazing books.

I’ve decided to leave the not-so-amazing books out off the list. You’re welcome.

These books are not just the best books I have ever read on productivity; they are books that have changed my outlook (for the better) and helped me to achieve things I never would have believed I could do. Prepare to seriously become more productive…

The Top 9 New Year’s Resolutions and Cheap Ways to Keep Them

The Top 9 New Year’s Resolutions and Cheap Ways to Keep Them

Nearly half of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, but only 8 percent of us keep our promises, according to a survey by the University of Scranton.

Top reasons (excuses) include lack of money, lack of opportunity and – almost everyone’s sticking point – lack of time.

If you’re determined to realize your goals this year, check out some frugal ways to achieve the top ten resolutions…

How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life – Part 2

How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life – Part 2

This is Part 2 of 2 in a series. Read Part 1 here.

As we were talking about in Part 1…

We all want to be reading more, but it’s hard to find the time.

Reading is one of the main ways we grow and learn.

If you want to get better at something, read about it. But you know that.

The problem is that it’s hard to find the time to actually do it.

Let’s continue with the next 6 strategies to read more books this year than most people read in their entire life…

How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life – Part 1

How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life – Part 1

“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.” -Groucho Marx

You’re already setting goals and deciding what you’re going to accomplish? Great! What better way to start the year…

We all want to be reading more, but it’s hard to find the time.

Reading is one of the main ways we grow and learn.

If you want to get better at something, read about it. But you know that.

The problem is that it’s hard to find the time to actually do it.

Here are the first 6 strategies to read more books this year than most people read in their entire life…

6 Steps to Create Your Self-Development Blueprint

6 Steps to Create Your Self-Development Blueprint

​​What is a self-development blueprint?

It’s simply a game plan or a blueprint for improving your life and yourself.

We’re constantly growing and learning. It helps to make a plan. Learning is much more effective when it’s strategic.

Are you reading books, listening to audio and watching videos? Most of us are.

Are they getting you closer to your goals? Let’s start working on your game plan…

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