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Power Hour:  1 Hour to Level Up Your Life!

In an ideal world, you’d commit an entire hour towards the WHY-related Master Plan of your life every single day.  The sands of time slip by so fast!  Only 7 hours a week isn’t much to change the trajectory of your life, to take you out of an existence that doesn’t serve you and transport you to where you want and need to be in order to be truly happy.

Really, it’s not a lot of time.  You likely spend more time surfing the ‘Net, electronically canoodling with YouTubers, binge-watching stuff you’re streaming off Netflix/Hulu, texting or otherwise dialing up drama (yours, someone else’s)….

I mean, if you think long and hard enough, there’s fat that you can cut from your life to fit in a daily Power Hour, which is critical when you’re controlling your calendar so that you can better control your life.

Please don’t whine that by cutting out certain things in favor of your Power Hour that you’ll miss your electronic canoodling or digital drama, etc. and that it’s not fair.

Life isn’t fair. I don’t know what you’re using as a basis of comparison.

Plus, in the long run, your Power Hour will serve you far better than any of that other stuff.

Don’t think you can do a whole hour-long block of time at once?  Break your Power Hour up as needed: two (2) half-hour segments, four (4) 15-minute segments, whatever.

Try not to worship form over substance.

So what specifically do you DO during your daily Power Hour?

First, observe your daily 10-minute goal setting ritual.

Second, get an overview of all of the other activities that you’ve planned for your day/week/month.  Do you need to tweak anything?  Add anything?  Subtract anything?

If something doesn’t serve the goals that you have in place to achieve your WHY, then it hits the cutting room floor.  You don’t have time for extraneous B.S.

Third, you can call, communicate or otherwise interface (personally and/or electronically) with any of the members of your Dream Team so they can help you out.  You can network with your FRANKS or the FRANKS of your FRANKS to gain traction in terms of your goals.

Fourth, you can pray on your goals, if you’re religious/spiritual.  If not, you can meditate on them or just spend time visualizing successfully tackling the next short-term goal that’s at hand.  Psyche out self-sabotage.  Otherwise prepare for any no’s you might encounter along the way.

Fifth, take time to flesh out any goals that need to be fattened up in terms of their being appropriately S-M-A-A-R-T or in terms of the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of it all.  You can journal.  You can create or add to a vision board.

Sixth, if something needs to be organized or shredded to make the next day more effective, now’s the time.

Seventh,  sign up for things (webinars, classes, courses—free or paid) that will help further your goals.  Taking and/or attending these events may also fall within your Power Hour.  At the very least, you can spend part of your Power Hour shaking down your schedule to find the time for them.

Just don’t sit there. Do something today that your future self will thank you for.

Want to find more ways to make the most of your Power Hour?  Try the book, Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy, available on Amazon.

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