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About 10 years ago my Gracie Jiu Jitsu instructor gave me a set of tapes called The Challenge To Succeed by Jim Rohn. He told me they changed his life.

I thought it was strange that high level black belt and personal friend of Royce Gracie would be interested in personal development. It’s almost like hearing about an NFL football player doing ballet.

The two just don’t mix.

But as he described how much this audio set changed his life, I thought I’d give it a try.

What I didn’t realize is that my life was about to change as well.

In that series Jim talks about the importance of building disciplines in your life. He really had a way about him and since then I’ve been somewhat of a personal development junkie. I’ve listened to hundreds of hours of this type of information as well as read many books but most importantly I’ve tried my hardest to put many of the ideas into my own practice.

Until recently…

Lately I’ve been doing lots of things to build my health as well as enhance my personal life and business.

But I’ve gotten off track.

I knew deep down that if I wanted what other people have, then I should just keep doing whatever it was that I was doing (which isn’t working).

But if I wanted something different I really needed to coellece everything I was doing into a framework or structure that worked for me.

Recently I finished a book called The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy. There were some good points in there but nothing groundbreaking and to be honest parts of it had a high degree of the cheese ball factor.

I’m not going to live my life where every second and every minute is accounted for.

I mean where’s the fun in that?

But reading that book did give me a sense that I needed to get back to a daily structure that works for me, allows for flexibility but also allows me to produce content here on EHR and get more done.

I don’t know if many of you know but for me there’s a balance that I’m constantly aware of in terms of producing content and better material for you the listener as well as taking care of myself.

I’ve seen “alternative health gurus” preach a good game but it doesn’t seem like they’re really living it.

For me it’s just not an option to skip my workouts, to skip my daily meditation to skip my daily sauna and rebounding sessions.

I don’t want to skip reading great books. I don’t want to skip doing Qigong but also have fun and get a lot of work done.

There’s a lot to do in a day isn’t there? Whew!

I’ve set a new going to bed schedule and wakeup time schedule and will be embarking on a new journey of being more productive while having some flexibility and fun in my life.

It was so ironic because I woke up this morning early as part of my new routine and Kate was in our new studio watching an interview while in our sauna of the author of a book called The Power of Habit.

Strange that that is the new discipline I’m working on right now. Funny how life works isn’t it?

So with that said, in my next post I will share my daily routine with you in case you’re interested.

Question?

I’d love to hear what your daily “non negotiables” are (they could be related to work, success, business, health, relationships – whatever) in the comments below.

Sorry, gotta get back to work! 🙂

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