Episode show notes.
How do you set the tone for a most productive day?
Did you know that just waking up decided to be fired up is a feat accomplished? That’s because you know you’re gonna get up and get to your prizefighter morning routine - the repetitive sequence of actions that help you keep on track towards a productive day.
A mentally planned day has very little room for problems and a negative state of mind, but that’s not to say you have zero distractions that can derail your plans.
While a prizefighter routine is great to execute in the mornings, it’s really any time of the day when you have the most willpower that’s best to get fueled up and tame distractions.
You don’t necessarily have to be a morning person to get your day straightened out. Figure out what time of the day your willpower is at its peak - when you’re the most focused and creative; when you’re the most driven! That’s when you place your toughest tasks and do the highest value activities that have been proven to yield the best results.
Join Peter Voogd in today’s episode if you’re a chronic procrastinator, if you’re demotivated, unsystematic, and discouraged. And learn the two steps you need to be able to create your own effective morning routine!
In this episode, you will learn...
-> A big part of productivity is deciding what you’re gonna work on at some point other than in the moment.
-> When you maximize your days, the weeks take care of themselves. When you maximize your weeks, your months are amazing. And when you maximize your months, your years are exceptional.
-> People that are outcome-focused produce results like nobody else.
ARE YOU READY TO MAKE EVERY DAY YOUR MOST PRODUCTIVE DAY?