Pedal to the metal

1780106_10152065673067599_704769735_oSince I started my affiliate business I haven’t really worked as most people do (around 8 hours a day) but yet I managed to make a living better than most people can where I live. However, I got new goals now, and my goals always come to life. Problem is I’m totally not used to working that much so I had to figure out a way to make it happen.

Thanks to my friend Jordan Fried who recommended some fantastic books for timing and enhancement of productivity I read a couple of books that are by far a must read for anyone who’s serious about improving his business or get the best out of his day.

First book I read was “Eat that frog” by Brian Stacy which is a simple yet a very powerful concept to apply to your daily life that basically stresses the importance of doing the biggest mission of the day first and the one with biggest impact. Sounds simple, yet you’ll be amazed by how many people prefer to do the easy steps first.

Second book is called “The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferris – I’m sure many of you have heard of it but if you haven’t read it yet, I’m telling you this book is gold! It’s all about doing big things in and achieving your dream goals in the easiest way.

Other than that I’ve been using a technique that works really well for me by setting a stop watch of 25 minutes cycles at online-stopwatch.com of pure work and after that 5 minutes of break. You’ll be amazed by how much you can achieve in that way – at least I did. The moment your mind becomes heated you wouldn’t even want to take the 5 minutes break instead you’ll continue to the next cycle.

If you enjoy posts like those where I share what’s happening in my career be sure to let me know so I’ll write more.

Till next time, keep on hustling.

Baseem

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