Accomplishing your goals in life is centered around one simple idea: make little bits of progress every single day.
Take the advice of Tim Ferriss, the best-selling author of the 4 Hour Workweek, whose main piece of advice from that book was …
- At the beginning of every day, pick three things that you want to accomplish
- Don’t look up, don’t check email, stay off Facebook, ignore all phone calls and save no kittens from burning buildings until those three items are crossed off your to-do list
The idea is that once you get in the habit of making progress, you’ll be better at blocking out distractions and get more done.
Why would you want to do that?
… because it feels good
… because getting things done gets you amped
… because it gives you the mentality to not settle until you’ve made tangible progress
This feeling is …
Addicting, contagious & will help grow your organization into a beast filled productivity machines.
Refuse to take no for an answer: push until it hurts and then push a little bit more.
Trust me — it’ll feel a heck of a lot better when you’re through
Aside from being the CEO at MKG Media Group, Mike is a dark beer aficionado with a healthy appetite for travel and pushing personal boundaries.
A proud graduate of Washington State University, Mike currently calls San Francisco home.