Just 5 Hours a Week (Keys To Success)
An ancestral practice shared by the most brilliant minds on the planet. Habits that you can start practicing daily to see positive results in your professional and personal life.
One of the things that I've observed over and over again is that the definition of a successful person is not necessarily one who has billions of dollars. I know several folks who make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year that are miserable and a pain to be around. I also know people on the ahem..lower end of the income scale who always seem to be full of joy and are loving life. For example, my good friend who recently married, and runs a support group. He has a family that supports him. His friends and contacts always try to help him in his growth, and above all he is successful when he is happy because he has done something for you and the society.
Now, keep in mind that if we mention certain habits of successful people in the world, we do not do it with the aim of making unfair comparisons. We know that we can not generalize, but what we are aware of is that there are certain customs and habits in common among the brilliant minds of the world that if you start to apply in the routine, you will notice changes.
Empact researcher and co-founder Michael Simmons wrote for the Inc portal that there is a successful strategy for life that we can all use. It is about what he calls the 5 o'clock rule: one hour a day during the five working days of the week (at weekends he rests) This rule was devised by prolific inventor Benjamin Franklin and consisted of the next:
Get up early in the morning to read and write.
Write a series of personal goals and continuously evaluate if you are close to achieving them.
Create a club for similar people to try to influence society and improve the world.
Turn ideas into experiments.
Have moments of reflection in the mornings and afternoons.