Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Mondays and Better Tuesdays

Monday was one of those wild ride entrepreneurial days.

Actually, more like an escalator.

Started down, but only went up... thank goodness.

Unfortunately, the workout was postponed because I needed a day of recovery for my shoulder. It got sore and tight from the squats on Sunday.

So yesterday was yoga and a walk.

On the bright side, I was able to share my podcast with my mentor:


Today I was back on track:

1A) DB Chest Press
1B) Band Pull

2A) Close-Grip Pushup
2B) DB Chest Supported Row

3A) Eccentric DB lateral raises (eccentrics help with healing)
3B) Power Wheel Rollout

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:
Stop trying to capture the moment with your phone & be present in the moment with your mind. You don't need a photo of every meal, meeting, or minute. Put the camera away and connect with the world. Capture the moment in your memory... it takes the most loving pictures.

Just interviewed the man that has taught me the most in life and business (and the only guy I know more productive than me!)

=> https://www.earlytorise.com/040-get-rich-right-way/

Mark is my mentor—but he's so much more than that. He's spent the last three decades dedicating himself to getting rich, learning languages, becoming a poet and an artist, and building a billion-dollar business.

What's even more impressive is that Mark has spend just as much time inspiring up-and-coming entrepreneurs and teaching new generations how to turn their dreams into realities—carefully, ethically, and sustainably.

In that vein, we talk on episode 40 of ETR Radio about the lessons Mark learned from his own successes and failures—and how his childhood years primed him for a future of wealth-building.

During our conversation, Mark shares insights on ...

The impact of a financially poor but intellectually rich childhood on his later success
How he developed an entrepreuneurial spirit at a young age—and what that did to his priorities
How to recognize valuable business opportunities
The real trick to defining (and narrowing) goals

He also shares wisdom on a balance of wealth and quality of life—broken into, as he explains it, four important components.

Please take some time to listen to Mark's inspiring story. There are lessons to be learned for everyone—whether you're an entrepreneur or not.

=> https://www.earlytorise.com/040-get-rich-right-way/

Before Tim Ferriss, there was Mark Ford, a man you can only describe at a real-life World's Most Interesting Man. Today you get the wisdom of a businessman who spent 3 decades dedicating himself to getting rich, learning languages,…

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