Jonathan deep in Zombie Mode...
Another fairly common sense, yet uncommonly practiced productivity strategy...
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"Research has shown that the most effective behavior change from nutrition education interventions occurs when the interventions are behaviorally focused and theory driven."
Lifehack: Goal Rearticulation
1. Look at your list of New Years Resolutions
2. Take 10-15 minutes to change all outcome based goals into measurable behaviors
3. Add those behaviors as habits to your Lift.do dashboard
This is a morbid documentary about guy named Ryan, who drinks himself to death. He has been drinking 3 pints of Vodka a day for 3 years.Add a comment
So around this time of the year a lot of personal development and Entrepreneurial podcasts I listen too start talking about New Year's Resolutions. And I've been hearing kind of a lot of the same sort of generic advice:
So this kind of advice is all good, it really does work but it's all basically stuff my mom had taught me by the time I was like 10 years old. (Thanks mom!)
So I've decided to do something different! This video is going to be concise yet complete guide to a scientifically grounded practice for productivity that you probably aren't using right now.Add a comment
This is a great example of what a potentially illegitimate product looks like:
So this wouldn't be a useful video if I didn't give you resources and tactics to have the same kinds of experiences I'm describing:
How to Use Ninja Craigslist and Negotiating Tactics to Save a Fortune and Get Your Dream Home
Podcast#7: Getting Your Dream Home Sooner & Cheaper
Why Dual N-Back training makes you present
Two questions I get A LOT from people who are new to Biohacking and haven't yet tried smart drugs is:
Which smart drug supplements actually work and have science behind them?
Which Nootropic should I get start with?
My answer to both questions is the same: PiracetamAdd a comment
In a radical lifestyle experiment and self control challenge I spent over three and half months completely sober in Medellin, Colombia. In these +100 days I experienced meteoric personal development in multiple dimensions. I also partied with some of the coolest, most interesting and sexiest people I've ever met.
As you can see I was not a monk during my sober trip. I went out and socialized 3-5 times a week with people who were drinking and partying. This article will cover uncommon motives for my sobriety, the lifehacks I employed to keep up with the drunks around me along with the unexpected (and sometimes hilarious) consequences. This article is more for lifehacking socialites, personal development junkies and self experimenters than it is for recovering alcoholics. The ultimate message I'm hope to communicate is that the sober life can be orders of magnitude more fun than the intoxicated life. There's a lot of references here to Colombian culture and the adventures I've had in this lovely country but I think anyone anywhere in the world considering a sober social life will find a lot of actionable information here.
Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires may have bigger parties, but the home town of Pablo Escobar, Medellin has to take the title of #1 vice city in this hemisphere with its:
Jonathan's thoughts on the Documentary series "Black Coffee"Add a comment
The 1st working hour of your day is 100% committed towards building your empire without distraction.
Building your empire means working for yourself, on the projects that are ultimately going to reward you with freedom. For a lot of us this means working on our small businesses, developing our own brands, products, systems and marketing. If you are a career professional it could mean developing your hard skill sets. If you are a writer it means turning blank white pages into art. If you are an athlete it means training, hitting the gym or getting coaching.Add a comment
We live in a world which is incessantly and incremental trying to completely overwhelm us. Half the battle of productivity is hacking away the superfluous To Do's from our existence. No Response Required (NRR) is a super concise way to give the gift of freedom to those you communicate with.
How it works: Unless you absolutely need a specific decision from the recipient, add No Response Required or NRR (linked to this article or video) as the very first line of your emails or digital communications. NRR takes literally about 1 second (or less!) to add to the beginnings of your digital communications.
The majority of emails are minuscule demands to increase the burden of responsibility for the recipient. No Response Required is a 3 word (or 3 letter acronym) vehicle to communicate:
Getting what we want in life at crucial junctures requires applying ink to paper and when we are not in physical proximity to the other signatories of our endeavors it can be damned inconvenient. For the longest time remedying this situation was a frustrating combination of fax machines, downloading PDFs, killing trees by buying reams of printer paper, and the dreaded refilling of the printer toner. Below are several free and freeish digital tools that will liberate your valuable time permanently from this unpleasant experience.Add a comment
This 35 minute video explains, exhaustively and hilariously, the personal development benefits of using silly voices in your internal dialog. To summarize: everyone has an internal dialog that they use to make sense of their experiences, relationships and emotions, we can gain more mastery of our thoughts and actions by substituting silly voices or humorous character archetypes. This is a lot times significantly more effective than 'reframing' or just trying to 'think positively'.
As you can see in the video it's also A LOT of fun! Possibly more importantly it instantly reframes negative thought patterns into humorous, jovial lines of thought that you can laugh at.
Without a doubt one of my biggest assets as a professional and a business person is my letters of reference and testimonials for my services, they do a better job of selling me than I do. Seriously, I challenge you to tell me you don't want to hire me after taking a quick gander at my 3rd party credibility here on Limitless Mindset, for my marketing firm and my recommendations on LinkedIN.
Building an impressive body of 3rd party credibility takes 5 things: