Most of the things the majority does are generally wrong.
Yes, I really do believe in Earl Nightingale’s (who was the father of personal development) quote that we should look at what everyone else is doing and do the complete opposite.
In fact, that’s what I’ll be teaching you in the upcoming “more customers on a shoestring” coaching program I’ll be releasing after Easter: to do the complete opposite to your competitors.
If you can do that, it can help you overcome so many of the traditional frustrations like…
Being a commodity
Not having enough time
Not being able to break through the noise
Wasting money on ineffective advertising
If you want to get better results from everyone else, you’ve got to be different.
This is the case everywhere, not just in business. Let’s take exercise for instance…
Now most people have believed for years that the best way to exercise is walking or running slowly… and that it’s best to do everything in moderation.
But the latest research suggests it’s NOT TRUE.
In fact, its showing the best way for you to exercise is in sprints, followed by periods of relaxation.
Just look up interval training research on the web… or something along those lines, and you’ll find plenty of studies and research backing this up.
When I exercise, I’m in and out in 20 minutes.
I exercise in 8 x 30 second sprints.
And I don’t do it more than two or three times a week.
Anyway, the reason I’m sharing this with you is because so many business owners say they don’t have enough time.
But if you can learn how to apply these interval training techniques to the way you work on a day-to-day-basis, it will make you WAY more productive.
I’ll show you exactly how to do it on this program.
It walks you through everything I do to get the maximum done in minimum time, including…
How I start by day for maximum productivity (page 2)
How to ensure you get the most important things done (page 3)
The biggest time management mistakes most people make (page 4)
How to “checklist” your way to forced productivity. Do this and you’ll never forget to do the most important things, every day (page 9)
How bottlenecks can crush your productivity – and how to eliminate them fast (page 20)
And much, much more.
Check it out now by clicking here.