The Clever Dummies Podcast
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Episode 7 路 2 years ago

The CDP // Ep7: How to be more productive?

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Three, two, one, and we live. Well, be everybody to the clip dummy podcast, episode number seven. My Name is lucky and I'm joined by a nick. How are you going today, my brother? Good, good, how you go? How's every was our number seven right? Is that it? Or my off? That's it. That's it, episode of Seven. Yeah, beautiful, I think so. Now. Very good, very good. Yeah, if we can we adjust that later. Yeah, I give us if it's not exactly, but should we write Wright in the gaps? But now it's about seven. Yeah, we're just we're under ten for sure. And you have it. We go at that. That's it. I say. Yes, proby, probably been a couple of weeks since we've recorded one live. But no, life's been good, man, just same old really for me, getting through UNI. Just about to do my exam tomorrow. Tomor will tell us the sixteenth of February. Bill in the fields right now. But now I've got got a really good mark back on my major assignments. So pretty confident. Just you know, your brain goes into overdrive MoD and you still't want to get little things. So now it's just about now. She's about kind of reminded myself and whatever else how about you? My brother obviously started your big your big track a couple of weeks ago. Well, that's right. Now, it's good. I hear that you're exam sorry, just on the side, or before I get started on that, just a quick little thing. WE UPGRADED OUR BRIG FOR PODCASTING recording. So, you know, the allows this for little sound effects. I was, you know, marking around with the side effects. Yeah, it's so, here's a great noise is all about. Here's some random noises, a niche's got a new toy. Yeah, that's exactly right. Well, yeah, it's been good. Look, I made a transition into this week that is about to end today off as inough Sunday. The week that started on Monday of this week was my first week ever where I worked for myself, or work for my own company, so to speak, I guess, and it has been brilliant and I will walk act. I'll actually walk you through a little bit through my calendar, and you know, it's I don't think I've I have ever worked a long work week. Then this, this is has probably been one of my longest work week ever. But you know, it was like nine am starts, nineteen finish and some days we're like nine am starts, like you know, twelve am finishes. So it's crazy, but it it was so much fun. I'm not tired on a side differ. Yeah, that's it, man. And the only the the sad butt was I was sick this week as well, absolutely recovering from this little, really crappy bug. And you know, I was sick and I wish I wasn't. Six I would have had more energy and more drive to push everything through this limits. But nonetheless, it's been incredible. It's probably one of those most yeah, it just fantastic. This has been brilliant. There's no words that I can explain. It's just been so good. I Oh, you can't have them, my friend Canna. They're my friend. No, yeah, so that was pretty complex with my awake A. Look, I feel pretty accomplished and you know, I was a little bit worried about little bit worried about how things were going to pan out and little bit worried about how I'm going to get clients and now I'm going to make some money and all that stuff right, but you know, it's only been a week and things are signed to pan out and you know, I'm just meeting more people, meeting New People. So it's it's really, really amazing. I mean I need to keep some I did see that over this week I was a little bit frantic in a sense. I was a little bit stressed and a little bit worried, little bit excited and all that stuff. And some of them my you know, normal things that I would do, like, you know, for example, make my bad every single morning, like I missed that twice a week, twice this week, like the only it's not a big deal to anyone and it's not a big deal to me, but it's only thing is that I did notice that, because that means I'm like, you know, I was a little bit frantic and not completely going...

...on my you know, routines and stuff, because routines are important, I think. So it was only because it's the first week, but you know, this week, this coming week, I'm a little bit I'm going to be a little bit more organized, a little bit more routine driven. I've already got the week mostly scheduled out and, you know, going to see how everything else bends out around it. Yeah, I mean, it's gonna Happen to when you a little little aspects like I you know, for me personally, when I work a bit more than me my partner, we work a bit more, the house maybe drops to a level lower than we like and you get home and you feel a little bit stressed and then, you know sometimes those things complete into multiple aspects. But you just you keep an eye on it, you stay on top of it. You you know you're doing the thing. You're not just doing nothing, you're doing something that's really important and just sometimes after a long day, like if you've invested everything in particularly trying to manage and run your own business, like your ass is on the line to so there's an emotional toll that it takes. And and just quickly, man, I can see the volume on the on the APP. It looks I look quite low compared to yours. Am I still coming through? All Good? I think. I think you're pretty balanced, to be honest. I can see a pretty balanced yeah, beautiful nowhere is all good. So yeah, it's just it, just reminding yourself that you know, it's not the end of the world, bloody, I missed my bed for a week, whatever else, and just kind of keeping that habit. But you know you're doing something pretty drastic. That's kind of interrupting your habits. So yeah, you'll be all right, but I just yeah, stay, stay, stay were. It's a mindful of it. I think you'll be okay. That's it, and I think which sort of brings me and us through this little topic that we're talking about as well, which is sort of like no more. Once again, we're talking about habits, because habits are just so important, but we're going to dig more into it, dig into the mindset and the things that it takes. And you know, it starts with me, the reason that, you know, as you said, hundred percent it took it. You know, if I miss a week of making my bad, it's all good. You know, I didn't clean my room or do the laundry, all of that stuff, that's all good. It's all good and well for a week, you know, it's all good. If I'm back at it or my next week, it will be all good, but the problem will sort of become the problem will rise if that becomes the new normal for me, you know, if that's just how I function now, where I just work, work, work and I don't focus on those things because, you know, something small as like having your bed made or, like you know, seeing unmade when you come back on has a major effect on your mood, especially when you're trying to work from nine am to ten pm or whatever, like you know, working incredible long work days, you know, and then going to gym and all that stuff. You want to minimize all the resistance, you know, almost make it easier for yourself. So, you know, just coming you just go sleep straight to you know, maybe have a shower. We're go to sleep and you feels nicer to go to sleep because your bed's already made and you know it. Just want to reduce resistance. Yeah, that's really good point. You come on and you see and it's just another thing that sort of hits your mentally. You maybe feel that's it. You can get negative about yourself, about it too, and then that sort of can build and create like a negative thing for the next day. So now that's a really good point. And just doing that Medi a little task, even if you have to wake up ten minutes earlier in the day, you kind of get it done and yeah, that's that's super insightful, super helpful. I think we all can yeah, that's a little more that each day. Well, that's it, and I think today, like what we're talking about. It's, you know, habit is our topic, but you know, we're talking about the why of the habits, the when of the habits, and, you know, what of the habits as is, you know, as the other and the how of the habits is. Well, you know, we're talking about so which is really interesting because personally, and I've been, I've been becoming conscious of it. So maybe, and you know, this is all from my personal experience and being able to actually able to do things. And I do want to talk about a few things that, you know, the habits, the benefits of habits, and you know, you know, and scheduling. Scheduling is a big thing and you know, I mentioned to your earlier. You know, I sent you a calendar and irritation for the PODCAST recording. Right. You know, most people will most people will think that's a bit of...

...a Wank, like what you need to send your major accolendard position for boadcast recording, right, but it's not that. It's just that, like I needed to figure out how I'm going to fit everything in today, like today is my it's called like a little bit of a day off, but I need to do things like, you know, need to do laundry, you need to clean my car, clean my room, you know, do all that. I have to send few emails that you know, that do buy my Monday, I supposed sort of thing. So get sort of old that done, and there was going to be a potential meeting in there with someone as well, but which actually, luckily enough, sort of fell through for today's which is goes, we rescheduled it. But all that, I had to sort of like a figure out how what's the best optimized way to do it, like, you know, and go to gym. So you know what I ended up going to gym for? Just, you know, having breakfast, going to gym and then after that I said I'll come back, we'll do a podcast and then I'll do some laundry and all that stuff. Well, what I'm all done with that, I'll sit down, do to a few emails and then I'll maybe do some meditation on this that and then go to sleep. Yeah, that's a nice that's a lovely it's a good rest day. You know, it's hard to and I'm like that, if I feel like if I do nothing on my rest day, it I kind of get more anxiety of come from it because I've literally done nothing. You can always this or something to do. So you give yourself a few things. You know, you don't put too much stress around it, depending on obviously, the emails you're sending might they might be important one for the probably are. So you're going to need more thought put into those emails. But you just paste yourself schedulings. Great, because you know what we do this. You know, thirty would do a podcast and then nine hundred and fifty are ready. But you know, so it's just like those little things. Give some no wants and say that we that's it around for nearly an hour before anyway. But we still, you know, structured that way. And and it's like, on the one hand, you know you don't want to run yourself flat dead, flat out. You know, like you just going to create and build more stress, but that structure is such a key and critical part of it and you know you're still going to be flexible and if something comes up, you still can shift things and you can, you know, shift you want to remove those events around in the GEL and exactly exactly. So it's it does take a while at you know, I use it in emittently like some of the things that I have, like my for example, with the gym, we use a booking system called mind body. It's a really good system, tracks absolute for progress and that, but I can't sink it up with my Google calendar. It's only sinked up with the regular one that's on Apple. So I'm just like, you know, that's so I have to manually imput this into the Google calendar. That I'm like, I can't be bothered. So it's taken me time to use it and I don't I don't flood my day with you know, I don't flood my day with calendar bookings. I might have like a few key ones and then I'll have a few dot points. I put in notes just to kind of give myself an idea and the stuff I put in notes is generally like in a cleaning task and like the general everyday stuff and then obviously the real big one to the calendar. But yeah, it's just so helpful and it's good to you know, when you're trying to store anything up in your brain you kind of get fasted any feel overwhelmed and then more of not you actually don't do that much because you just spending so much time for aggin stressing. Well, that's it, and you try to figure out what to do and this is like you know what to do next. And it's more so it's you know, people think scheduling is like it's Britt I prisoning themselves, but it's like who is making that schedule? Why are you like, why are you worried about? You know, it's like I don't want to, I don't want to. You know, I've actually had this conversation with few people. Yeah, I'm not going to say any names, but this is a you know, this person said to me once. It's because it's hard because, you know, if you schedule, if you schedule, I don't want to be. I don't want to be a sleeve of my calendar. And this is what literally, this is an actual person who said this to me, because, you know, I showed that person my gond was like trying to you know, says like Oh, and in fact, I enshow the calendar. They were standing behund my computer and they said to me or you know, they wouldn't ever, they would never do what I'm doing because they don't want to be a prisoner or a slave to their calendar, because humans work so...

...hard to, you know, reduce slavery to nothing. Right, and I just think you to myself. I was like, you do realize that you make your own schedule, right? Yeah, I was like, yeah, how is it? Yes, and how is that? Chah, it's a mindset. Is Like, how is it that you know, you are so worried about, you know, scheduling schedule controlling you, but you make that schedule. You do whatever you want. You know, if you want to play video games six hours, schedule that in at least. The only thing. That is why the benefit of the scheduling comes in for me at least, and lock when. I'm sure you agree with it, because I'm mindful of what I'm doing. That's the biggest yeah, so you know, if I'm going to if this gaps in my calendar, I get that's my macron time. Like I can do. I can literally watch Netflix, lay around, just just sit on my phone and do nothing right, scroll over instagram. But I'm mindful of that. I know that this is the time that I'd like, just my idling time. HMM, right, but at least I know that. This is how much I don'm I'm idling right, but most of the time people wouldn't know that, you know, because they would just go they would they would know that. They're like, oh, your work this week and you know. And then you check the stats on their own and it's like they spend like, you know, this crazy a mind on their felt like seminar was on their phone. It's like, I thought you had a full work week. What happened to the full work week? That's an example of like you a why? Yeah, I think scheduling. And what I'm going to do is I'm gonna Actually Send Your Screen shut off my calendar Laughlin these last week and there you fold and yeah, maybe it'll definitely, yeah, it'll definitely definitely show me where I need to improve. And I'm always, you know what, I have an idea of what I'm doing and I use my calendar. I kind of went full into it, like I went deep and then I realized I was kind of just I guess I'm I'm still searching for kind of a happy medium with with with it, and there's I certainly need to do more of it, for sure, but I remember being in that same mindset of not wanting to use it and thinking like I was just, you know, enslaving myself, I was trapping myself, but I just wasn't educated with it and I thought that's what it was going to do, but really I was just lazy and it just what the calendar does is gives you freedom because you know, you do, actually know what you've got to do and you can do it. You know, if you get stuff done early, gives you more time to do it if you want. But it's just accountability that I have to do this by this time, I have to do this amount of things in this day and one of one of Gary V's quotes, one of the one of the best quotes that I still live with. The I still resonates with me today, and it's just like accountability is key. Lets you know that you're in control and on first, forward it goes. It's hard to kind of decipher that, but you kind of got to break down what accountability is and if you've got accountability of yourself, things that you need to do, things you've got to do for others or yourself, you realize you're actually in control of all of it, because it's depending on what you're going to do. And then when you don't do those things, you kind of build up and then he gets stressed and that's where you kind of feel out of control. So if you kind of keep that level of systematic control, which is what a calendar is, it sort of helps you. Definitely helps. You know it's still still stressful, but it definitely helps manage that stress and it doesn't make it feel like it's out of control. And you know, as you do things every day to tick tick the box, your stress levels go down and you, you know, your cause all goes down and your endorphins get better. You just feel better. And then if you look back on a day and you think, I mean, I can't really remember I did today, then he's tall things that I did that I will set out I was going to do, and then that's that's sort of the pride. That's kind of what life is. That's real, real happiness, sense of sense of pride in yourself. Well, that's exactly that's exactly right. Right, and the crazy buddies and you're on the point there when it lets you know that you're in control and...

...you know, you know this is a something small thing, but I just want to bring the put that in there. As well. But one of the one of the benefits of scheduling is you you are you don't let people down. And I know this doesn't this mean or sound like a big deal, but so many times we end up double committing to something like. You know, we've all done it, like yeah, where, I know, where is, yea Friday, yes, sounds good. No, where is ten PM or nine pm, and then we realize the next you know, we've got something else. You like our fuck, like you know, and that's just a small example, but like let's you know, you're in control and it's a very healthy thing, I guess, as you're sort things off. Yeah, and you know it's and it's crazy because we're scheduling. And you know, one of the another benefit things is is how you use your time. And you know, there was this guy who said there's something like a onezero something minutes in a day. For Go. How many minutes? How many minutes in day? Again, I think it's just do the masses sixty by sixteen and sixty times. We want think likes up. How many days in a in a day? How many minutes in a day? Eighty six four hundred. Now she's she's off jobs. She's off. I should have just said he's a seconds or minute, Starr, right, minutes, minute. So you just go sixty times, sixty times, twenty four, which is eighty six s one d well, maybe in a day. Twenty four hours. Yes, twenty four hours in a day. I think. I yeah, I know, but I think you're off. Bro. Yeah, but there's one, one thousand four hundred forty four minutes. Forty minutes. One thousand four hundred forty minutes. I think I did say. Yeah, you did. Seconds. Yeah, one four hundred and forty eight month might. Yeah, true, Chur, true. Yeah. So let's say you know, we you know, you sleep. So let reduce. Let that twenty four hours. Let's say you sleep for twelve hours. No one sleeps for twelve hours, but right, right, let's say. Yeah, let's say you sleep for you know. Let's say you you know. I'm just gonna say. Let's say you have got twelve hours in a day. Right, that's seven hundred, seven hundred twenty minutes. Right. And how you define, how you schedule that seven hund twenty minutes, you know, is how you use that, because that's what everyone's got, right, you know. And I'm obviously I took away to I just half twenty four hours, because I assume, you know, you're probably checking shed in there. You know. Might you know, wake you might need like twenty minutes to wake up or something like that, and the driving and all that stuff. But you got at the end of the day, most people have twelve hours of things that they can do. You know, you can catch up with your friends, you know, and you can do other things. But is how are you doing it? It is the question. Now you doing it and you're aware of it, you know, but you know in my calendar lock that I know, if you can, if you can see. Yeah, you can see, yeah, if you can, if you can and see the things. I've got things like, you know, I've got gym and training, and then I've got like a little you know, I'll go I'll have like a little schedule called morning routine. So it's really like me having a shower. This is so it's also I'm like elocating time as well, so I know when I can schedule the next thing in as well, like when I can say tell someone that I'll be at work by and I get everything done and I'm being like generous with times as well. Like, you know, you don't normally take, you know, one and a half hour to get ready, but like I've given myself one ever to get ready. Yeah, just in case. You know, I take my time get ready so I don't have to be rushing and then say, okay, I'll meet you, with you at twelve o'clock. You know. So, and then, you know, there's another like, you know, I've even put down my transit time. So I said, okay, well, this is my transit time, and then, okay, there's my beating, because I can be there by then because I've calculated the best of my chlendar. So it's just like little benefits, and only some of the benefits of like scheduling,...

...and I think scheduling is one of the great routines and not just a good routine, and it's just a good, good habit to get into because, you know, yeah, it's literally habit building, because you're structure yet the habit of building. That's right. Yeah, you've got meditation in there, you've got chores in there and, like you haven't actually thought it was going to be even more crowded than what it is, but it's just kind of your basic thing. You know, you've obviously let in trends that you're allowed time for traffic, which is invariable. That causes stress. So it's really good and I think you can just start slow, like if you know, we're pretty like you know, mentally we're pretty active, so I know we're kind of was thinking about something. So we do pretty well with this sort of thing. But if your someone is never done it before, just go easy. Just literally write down what times you're working during the week, what times do you have dinner, what time do you want to go to bed by and what time do you want to try and there's like four things that you can kind of base your day around. You know, you kind of do that for a week or two and then add a few more things in there and keep adding and then eventually becomes it's fun now, like it becomes like a game. You like, all this perfect, all right, right now, Bang, Bang. And there's Times where you want to even if it's a it might be a business media or might even be like hanging out with someone, but you might have to reschedule because something comes up. But in then the end, I well, that's not actually hanging out with them. Because you don't reschedule it, probably go I will do it some other day. And then he never scheduled it down and then very much goes by. It's like all crapper, didn't actually meet up with that person. So it kind of well, that's allows you to get the most out of life really to as well, because you just, you just saw in control of you know what's going to happen on Friday if you do and the beauty body, the beautiful bottle boy, this is because you're scheduling and you already getting the necessary things done. You have this like look at you, I've got so much free times of do to do things. Yeah, and who knows what could happen at that free time, because I'm not worried about everything, because I know everything is like sort methodologically being done. I'm not worried about anything. So that free time is for me to explore, to you know, to read. Maybe I might read and maybe watch a movie, and now might meet up with the girl, you know, might move, meet up with a friend, who knows what? I was a worry because I've got that free time. Things. What the weak it is it? Yeah, that's a reactor right. And then like you know, in Your Work Times. That's just like have you got that set out separately? So you've got you kind of obviously know what you're going to do, but you've kind of got your priority lists and depending if you've got to call. Yeah, so I use another I use another tool call any to do and I'll talk about that in a second. But so, for example, I'll talk you through it logan so quickly. So Monday, you know, Monday I've got Jim in the morning. So that was a late start for me on Monday. So I work, I said, you know, Jim at forty five to ten fifteen, and then you know morning routine, which is have a shower, have you know more, have a shower, get ready, all that stuff, you know, in transit. And then after that you can see I've got work at like work, and you can see my meetings at work. Next to it. I'm meeting with like student, student training, like you've got different meetings within that work. So I've got if they are meeting with people, they will be scheduled over work and like it sort of saying where I'm working. And then I've got at the bottom then like in after work. This some more there's just a general meeting, but any things that I'm doing, and then, as the bottom, there's like work at different place. So, which is mostly what I'm doing at work. Is Like I use another taskless sort of thing, but this is just like my scheduling as to where I am and like most of the time I actually put the location in as well. So you actually Google tells me how much time I need to get get leave before getting there, like you know it. That's yeah, but like if you look at on Wednesday and if you so, it's a Wednesday, the twelve I've got, I switch things around because I trained with someone else. So what I did I put in transit before. So I just woke up, back my bag, went to the gym with this person, you know, and then trained and then had a shower, got and ready, got to coffee and then went to work, even though that day I plane or starting work earlier, I stand up starting late, but that was fine because, you know, some it was all good because I did, as you can see, I didn't have any meetings...

...too late. So I was like, okay, that's fine. And then later on when I came back from like, you know, two o'clock, I was back home. So work, and then that was like my own work that I had to do. said, that's like a four hour work block, so that was a real work that I did. Rest of them are like meeting and stuff. They got other meetings. It's so, yeah, this is that's that's basically. And then like even something small as I appointment with my doctor. I check that in there because I am good at forgetting what time it is, because I'll be like in a meeting. Like you could see, I've got a meeting about my doctor, doctor's appointment right on Friday. Yeah, like I would easily just if that meeting rain late, I would just forging to my my doctor just like be something like Oh fuck, I got to go to the doctor. I don't know, maybe that's just me. I'm sure people are probably better than me at that. Now I'm pretty sure at that. That's a big one too, particularly if it's a you know, doctor general check up or something that you know, yes, not selling urgent. If it's something as that, you're going to be thinking about it, obviously, because it probably has a sense of stress with it, but it's just another daily thing. It's so easy if you get that sort of thing and they charge and the particular like down here, like about doctors. We have a book likes three or four days ahead, like everything, because it's such a small, small amount of doctors up here. It's important to do that and you will just forget, you know that you will. And then the beautiful thing is you can set reminders on there too, so you can send it up obviously twenty minutes before or set it up an hour before, depending you know how long it might take, what you might be doing. So there's really good flexibility with that too. Well, that's it, and it's look constantly updating this. Or do you have a set time where you set your calendar or is do you just you kind of just do it as it is. Look at. I set the basic the basic structure like that. Okay, so I'll start with the things that I absolutely do. So like, for example, I've got my gym, I know I'm going to definitely train. I'll put that in, like you know for the next I'll send you, I can send you the following week. What's IT looking like? Right, so I'll put my calendar and saying, okay, these, this is where I'm training right, regardless of what will happen. I'm definitely going to train right and and chances are I'm not, and I'm not going to want to start work before thirty right. Yeah, anyway, wherever it is. So what I'll do is I'll put those things in and then there's new things will come on top, like as in work related stuff. So, you know, okay, well, someone says, okay, let's meet this week. I'll say, okay, cool, let's meet at thirty, and I'll put that in, send them a meeting quest like I did with you today, you know, and then more things will add up and then, you know, somethings like butt, like another. Another example is like, okay, Tuesday next week. You know, there's a like if I if there was another random appointment at bott written, random meeting that popped up and I said, okay, well, I'M gonna have to skip Jim that week. So I just take off Jim that that you know. So because it seems like there's nothing around it, I have to skip Jim. But, like you know, next week I'll show you my calendar is way more emptier because, as you see, I've just got the basic structure in there, the things that I know that's going to happen. Yeah, and rest of them I just got to sort of come together. Yes, I'll send you a screen shot and then you can see how that sort of wow, okay, it's not learning. You Sing your screenshot at the moment. It's okay, but it yeah, and then you say on top of that, and then you you just build a habit with it and yeah, it kind of just blades into all love areas your life. You can get more things done, you can see other people experience more things and I guess when you're all that's it more passionate about what you're doing to you definitely have a greater drive to kind of see what you know. The problem with living daytoday is it's hard to be motivated and driven by those things, for sure. Well, that said, and I think look, if you had a full time job and, like so many people said to me, like you know, we used to talk about this with me. Interns always US talk about you know, when you have a fulltime job, it's hard because you know you have to live off the schedule that people some people have unnoted dogs, you know, work schedules. Right. Yeah, like...

I remember, turns you to work nights, like late nights. But you know, it's like how you know, you you still make up for it, like all you have to do is, like, you know, I'm working some nights next week right, so what I'm going to do is I'm going to bring the next day. I'm just going to bring my start Jim Start time down a little bit. That's it, and I'll make adjustments at it each day as it comes. So okay, well, I'm working, you know, Thursday night, so I'm just going to train at seven am on Friday morning instead of trying at zero am. So I gonna know that extra hours of sleep, right. And you know, you know people will think, well, you can't do that, but just is are most of the time, if you have an unorthodox work schedule, chess is are you're not starting at nine am and finishing at an ampat ten PM anyway. So you know, if this is I'm talking about full time jobs, only here right now I'm pretty good. I'm lucky in a sense where I've got like now finally got full control of my schedule. But that's not to say, as to you know, you still can't do the same like lock on. You obviously would have a little bit more of like schedule certain things that get controlled by other people. Right. Yeah, you know, obviously you people would tell you when they need you and you need to work, but you know, you can use your schedule, rest of your schedule, to sort of map around it, like map on your basics things that you need to do and then adjust them as based on to those compostory things that come on top. Yeah, exactly right. So that's what you would do and it's you know, you, if you're most people, even if you're working face off like you've kind of got to be flex of their own, other people's times to but yeah, like having an understanding, not like I've got to work eight hours today. It's like, why, I've got bloody forteen hours to do some shit today. I've got to spend six here and I've obviously got to spend six sleeping, but there's that other time that you know. It's again it's optimizing, but it's also it's also giving yourself the confidence and understanding that you know you've got time to do what you want to do, to do what you need to do, and sure you might have to be somewhere for a certain amount of time because at the end of the day, we all have to pay our bills, but it's only it's only that period of time. There's so much other time, you know, you're not just working all day like you can do some other shit too. Such a great way. Well, that's that's that's it. And Look, this is this was the longest possible introduction of Skar like habits about. You know, I think this is it's practical. This is one of those it's a key stone habit. So a keystone habits. We talked about what our keys, supper stone habits. Locker, do you want explain what a keystonet habit is, because I think we had this condition before. Yes, key stone habit is one of the one of the habit that's going to have an impact and influence on the rest of your life and it's one of the most important habits that you can do. It bleeds into other areas and it's like in the sense of the calendar, at setting up the rest of your day. It's something that you can build and structure your life around. I think that's probably the simplest way to explain it. Well, that's it. That's it's, I think sort of the keystone habits are like the like you said, you know, they're flow into everything and they have major, major impact and everything just starts getting better. You know, some of the Keystonet have it's are like fitness is. No matter where you go, no matter how you look at it, you will never ever escape the fitness circle because everything you know, if you if you get yourself fit, physically healthy, in a good shape, in a you know, think about look when, what are the benefit like, think about all the benefits of fitness that you get. Like, you know how much how it flows into all your other lives. Right, I think energy. I would go far as far as saying fitness is probably one of the most powerful keystone have a series. Yeah, yeah, you're dieting habits and your exercise habits. I wanted too, for sure. For sure. Yeah, that's right. Now, if you have right spirit spiritual aspect your life, that's up there too. But those are the key you know, spiritual or mental physical health, like those are the two three most important aspects of your life, and the habits obviously around that. It. Yeah, centralize everything. Well, that's it, and now you know,...

...and now I'll go to look. There's a little bit this quick just before and Lackland and then that, because we've been going on a rant about calendar, so it's probably time to do that. But you know, I was quickly, which is a quick revisitor scheduling part right. I was just talking about and you know, one of the things I wanted to say it was, you know, what are the some of the real successful people? And, as you know, I've been like reading a lot of book printful, like read some autobiogreies of some like great people as well. You know, I just want to just put it out there. You know, Elon Musk is a great example. Look, and I'm not saying anyone would be like him. Anyone needs to be like him, because he's crazy. He's he's he does this, uses his technical time boxing right, so he does. He schedules his calendar in five minute intervals. I mean, I mean, I mean, all right, beat attention to details for anything, but you know, five minute freaking intervals. You know that's crazy, but you know he apparently, you know, he's so delicate, like diligent with his calendar. Like everything, like breakfast is scheduled in yeah, and where it's going to be. Like it's all that scheduling because it's and like, you know, he's not doing that because he's he's busy. He's doing that because he doesn't want to miss anything. Yeah, he's so focused. He's such a you know, he's such a special type of dude, and he spoke a little bit about this when he did his podcast with Veragan. But like, he's the way his brain works, like he needs to be in control of that level and you know, obviously he's going to have people help manage things and not probably cook and that sort of thing for him. But yeah, he's just such a such a one percenter that he you know, he's so passionate and so almost obsessed with the idea that of wasting time. Like any you know, he's you've got time, you've got a chance to learn something, and he's obvious got the brain that has the capability to do that. And the man I'm in, the man sleeps and his office, he's a wild man. But so that's the extreme end of it. But it also shows why is the extreme end of success and innovation, because he's doing that sort of those sort of has those sort of habits. Yeah, well, it is, it is. So it's basically what we're saying is scheduling is a billionaire habit. You know, it's a it's are you not got probably not going to become a billionaire by being being skipped by scheduling againder. But you know, one important piece of the know what puzzle? I well, it's one important piece of the puzzle. And you know, you know what they say and like. And this is this is what sort of a good transition intoto mine, our next little thing we're going to talk about. You know, it's it's a it's just success or failure of any sort, where the failing to be the person you wanted to be, failing to make the money or anything doesn't have or, you know, success to make the money you want to be, success in success in getting the body you want to success in being the person you wanted, success in the relationship that kind of relationship wanted, success in the kind of partner you wanted. All of that stuff doesn't happen overnight. You know, the failure doesn't happen overnight and the success doesn't happen overnight, because all of that is just small, little tiny pieces of puzzle putting together and the compound effect of them all coming together is what brings you the ultimate failure or the ultimate success. Yeah, they might be like a lafe event or situation that you know in a moment changes things, but it's yeah, it's never just comes up off one thing. It's a just snowball effect and then it's sort of that's that's it, the Paker, that's that's the one, that snowball effect. That's right. And you know, I want to quickly link back to what I said earlier when I was saying that you know, I haven't I didn't make my bed twice last week and what I you know, what my worry was is that, you know, if I miss those little tiny keystone habits and you know, if and it's just it's not going. It's not that, you know, it's not going to make a different. If I miss it twice, if it's if it's effect starts to snowball. You know, the next week I miss it three times, the following week four times, and then I just don't do it at all and then I stopped doing it over the years. It's going to have, in defact, my mentality is going. It's just going to it's going to build. It's going to ingrain in me that I don't make my bed, I'm going to be the person who doesn't make the bet.

Because, you know, people, people identify with the things that they end up doing. You know, most of the timelock on, like you know, you because you trained so much at the moment, at the moment, you'll be identifying yourself and people would be identifying you the as the fit person, right. And Yeah, you know you'd be bretting sync with that. Like you, you accept that. You're like, yeah, well, you know, I'm a healthy, fit person. This is what I do, you know, and everything you taught. You talk to people about fitness. People would talk to you about fitness and all that stuff, you know, because you identify, and that that unlike obviously, even that didn't happen overnight. That was a compound effect of like, you know, for how many months, you know, yeah, to be back at the point where you are now or like, you know, be in the best shape of your life, I guess. Yeah, funny, but yeah, food and Food and obviously training in correlation, but it was, yeah, it was. You know, this is kind of changing it now how it happened. Obviously that's a different sort of story, but it was just a long time and just a dedication and a focus on just realizing that's what I wanted, that's what I want needed to do to progress in life, like I couldn't progress in life by not being that person. And then, yeah, it does definitely become a party your identity. But if it's a good thing like that, then that's what you want, like that's what you love, and I found found a passion of it from there. So it's pretty it's pretty great in that sense. Well, that's it. And it's all about thoughts, right, so it's always starts with a thought, like you said, you know, you had a thought the UK and achieve what you wanted, you by being the way you are right or with fitness road. You know, thought to create reality, and that's true. As you know, what they say to plus two is for thought to great reality. Your thoughts will end up being your physical, you know, life or ward. It always starts with a thought, you know. Yeah, I remember altially being at a stage where I wasn't sure what I wanted to do and I felt lost. So my initial choice was just all right, well, I just need to improve on myself. I don't know what I want to do externally or whatever else, but I just need to improve myself physically. And then mentally it opened up, and then an opportunity present itself, and then another one and then thoughts. You know, you when you're in a positive mindset, you're constantly thinking about improvement and sort of blows on with that aspect. But yeah, it has to be centralized and has to start with something, and that's, I guess, what a what a you know, what a calendar does in essence, like it breaks macro things down into a micro away, like as a hundred things down into one at a time, and that allows you to because more manageable? Yeah, definitely more manageable, you know, and look and and that's how you drive change as well, and I'm going to go into a little bit more about, like, you know, how you make those things easier and, like you know, which is what you exactly said. Look, when you break down the macros into micro the biggest things is when we say, okay, well, I want to, I need to get out of this right, like you know, it seems impossible, but you know, you start with okay, well, you know, maybe I'll start training, start scheduling. Start making my bad like start with the tiny, tiny, tiny things that sort of start giving you back the control. But you know, if you say if you have the same thoughts every like, you know, think about this or lock on. So you you say you want to change, like in if someone says to themselves they want to change and they want to they on a new, better lifestyle. The going to be healthier. Get Out of you know, someone might be in a right right they want to get out of that right. Most time they will say you know the way, but they will. They will say, okay, well, I wouldn't. They'll think about it. I want to change, but rest of the things they will do exactly the same. They'll sleep into the bed, they'll sleeping, staying bad. You know me, some might make their bad maybe not have break. Have like shitty break first, not train, maybe watch Netflix. I think about what they thoughts is and behavior is going to be. The thoughts are going to be the same. Their behavior is going to be same. But they would be expecting that one day something will change. Yeah, yeah, without how that, yeah, nothing will change. I think this is so obvious, but maybe it's a hard thing to understand when you' in that right? Maybe, perhaps,...

...yeah, I mean I might want it out, but I'd sign said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over again and expecting a different result. But might most definitely like people are people are your handicapped. I can't think of the right words, I'm just going to use that one. But you're at a disadvantage when emotionally you're unstable or you're a negative because you're not thinking in full capacity. And when a problem arises in a good mindset you generally have a creative solution or a solution you views before and you can pull upon it. But when you're not doing too well, you just you'd get you just ever ignore it or you just get down and say, Oh, there's another thing to go wrong. You know, life fact, and then you don't address it and then that sort of builds into camp compounds and then a bigger issue might get worse. I think, yeah, I think that what that's what I had. Certainly happened to me. So I'm not imagine a lot of people feel that same way. We absolutely absolutely. In fact, there's actually a very good book about the mindset and the facts of the mindset. It's called thinking girl rich. It's very it's a it's an old book, I think, originally in nineteen. I don't want to set it, but I think it's something in nineteen. I could probably just search it up. But yeah, it's called thinking girl reach lock and I'm not sure if you heard of it. So it's written in one thousand nine hundred and thirty seven, right. So it's a it's a timeless book. Is written by Napoleon, him he'll, who was one of the most successful writer and a business entrepreneur of his time. You know, they say he's net worth at it. You know, if it was worth today, would be in billion. And he wrote this and he what he did was he interviewed. He interviewed Hundred Tho successful people or something like that to write the book. And you know what he found in he said, he said this story about the mindset. Right, so he said, you know, it's more than just mindset and you don't have to understand this for you to use this, but the whole idea goes when you're in you have to have faith, believe and the passion driven mindset where you're excited, happy, in the right mind side, what we'd call it and you know you don't you on the right vibe. You know, people use that world vibe and I'm going to tell whether. I'm going to tell you where the world vibe comes from. Wibe comes from when you because we all know the fact that everything in the word is vibrating. Yeah, is the fact that you will and your thoughts, your thoughts are energy, which is also waves of vibration. Right, your thoughts create energy. So when you think, when you're in a happy and a faithful mood, right, so, you know, when you believe that thing's going to work out, you know you believe in yourself, your confident, and when you're in that kind of mental state, what would happen is you would start to attract things and you know, mostly in at a finite level. What would happen is you what Napoleon says, is you'll attract, you know, into the Faculty of Your Mind, of the subconscious, the ideas that he that you just think you are nowhere, but it's because you are able to, you're able to access your imagination at a higher level and you know and you're in sync with every the whole entire of the world. So you're so almost sort of like translating information from everywhere. Yeah, that's Sally's that's great, really good. You might get really good at problem solving because of that reason. And Yeah, it's a technical it's a deep explanation of what happens, but it does make a lot of sense and I think, I think problem solving a big one, because you know when you're when you're not doing those things, like issues get things get a harder than that, like you're maybe you portray things. They feel like a fuck, what a much trying to say. So things get worse than they really are. You do things to make it worse by not like, like not listening to yourself the right, right idea of it, but by, you know, by wanting or striving to build and fervor. Then all of a sudden, you just like banks. Something comes up. I know what to do,...

...like you can help other people. Bang, this comes up. It's no big deal, just move this around. or I'm not going to make this meeting at too but I can probably get see it for thirty or right. I'll see if they can make it at for thirty. And then and then, like you're on a roll, all of a sudden, like then you're move and like things are popping. So it's it's pretty brain. Well, that's it. That's it. Look, you know you. What you need to do is you need to, if you're in a rot or like you, try and when if you don't have to mean a right, but you're trying to create a better lifestyle. But if you don't do this, don't live the same day twice. Don't do exactly, don't live the next day or what you did. So let's say, if you do do whatever you did today, right, and you know you want to change who you are because you know liking it, but yet you do live the next day as same as this day. You're going to do anything. It's not going to go anywhere. What, in fact, what will what will happen is, which is actually a negative effect, is you will do that. If you do that enough times, you know you will have neurons firing your brain and just realizing this, building new memory patterns. What will end up happening is that will become your behavior and your behavior will become your personality, and then you will be that person who just does that, like you know, and by that like, and this is this is actually a sad thing lock onc this is signed defences. By the time someone is thirty five, let's say, you know, if we sort of keep doing similar sort of stuff, each day is the same and we're not learning new things, we're not exploring by the time with thirty five, will build enough neurons that fire together and they get wired together and like that sort of like build a pathway and neur network. What will had happen is at by that age, after thirty five, we will basically just be functioning off those memory patterns that we created and it will be so hard to create those new memory patterns to, you know, to change your life, and I know that's the scary thought, but it's just something to think about. That how important it is to get out of that and like, you know, change your behavior and like how how urgent that is to actually just get into and like dig everything. You know, don't take anything seriously, but dig everything. You know, enjoy living. If you're not enjoy living, that's my whole thing, like, if you're not enjoying living, doing what you're doing, then what's the point? Yeah, you and that's why I like when people are young, they can have behavior issues, they have negative things enforced on them by outside influences. So could be through parents or is experiences. That's why, when they're younger, like those things and still affect them as they've gotten older, like they've lived their life in excess and they've had new experiences, but I can still have issues that tie back. So, you know, by sort of putting things off and saying I would do this next day, like, even though you might think it's not a big deal, like that's really how it works, like momentum works in neurology, like it works in biochemistry, it works in every every part of your life. Like you've got it. You've got to be building those habits and those a lot of those things that are hard wired. You don't even realize they exist until you know, man, I keep getting sort of good stage in my life and then all of a sudden I just can't get past this herd and then you kind of go back and start again, and that's because there's something you know, there's something that you need to address, a bigger issue, and just by being proactive and constantly, you know, trying to optimize and not being a perfectionist. It's very easy to try to you know, to hole into that have a you know, perfectionizing everything, but just by being conscious of improvement, like eventually you figure it out, like even if it's scarcy, you figure out what what it is that's been holding you back and you can work with other people, and that's a big thing to like understanding that you know you need other people to help you through certain things in your life. You can grow through it and then you come better than maybe as you get older. I know there's things that I used to struggle with when I'm going to go now it's like it's not even an issue like you know dealing with. For me, like an example would be dealing with like problematic people or people that are upset, people that are angry about something like. I used to struggle with that massively and still to a certain aspect it's uncomfortable, but now just you know, I understand what you know. I try to at least understand what they're...

...going through. I think about a solution and maybe I think about how I can handle the situation. Then you just you just be yourself and you could get through that sort of thing. But yeah, if you just don't do anything or you just kind of just yeah, you're not proactive with it, then it'll it'll be and then we'll get worse. I think a lot of people that's a tight, said short walk, but that's a one. That's really it's a same. You'll build it into your personality, you know. You know, like what you said look then, and like you know if there'll be times they're people will be sure of and you know you will also what you these two things happening there. First of all, you're teaching yourself to just accept people's behavior to you right, and you're teaching yourself that, as I said, you know your brain will go, okay, well, this is the kind of person I am, who just accepts things for at like what they are right and I live like that. I don't do anything about that. And once again, your neur owns will wire together to make you the present. We just accept things. And second that you teaching you know. There's been a lot of things about that. You know, you teaching people the way by toll rating things that you don't want to alert. You teaching people how to treat you right if you tell them off for something like that. Once again, it's all about making a change. You have to do something we connection, and I'm not saying, you know, any of those actions are easy, but you know, as I said, it all starts with a little, small thing and it's a snowball effect and slowly, slowly, but shortly. You know, you start with the tiniest of the micro of the Micros, and then eventually you get to the micro and the bigger picture of life and everything you know and and I hope that's how it works for everyone's sake and for my sake, I guess. Yeah, I think. I think most people, that's practical. If I said most people will be able to live by and putting put into place, because that's it. You can just sort of, I think, in the world. But if you analyze something that might be going on in your life, like it'll come back to the same too, three things that are causing at all causing you from resolving it. So it's pretty it's pretty pretty good at us, I think. Well, that's it and I think lock and I just did before, we probably should, when we finish up, before it's want to start loo quickly do few tips and then you can do few tips as well on these. Yeah, like because I had a few tips on as in how you can make those micro, micro things easier to start. So, like one of the examples that I had in my mind was, and which is something I do as well. So, like, let's say, if you're talk trying to save money, right, and you get weekly paid and all that stuff, when the hard things, most people suffer with this, like the money's in their bank account, they'll be like, oh well, you know, I'm going to use that. You know, what I did was like actually, and I'm guilty of that, I did that as hope, until I figured out this method. What I would do is I run automatic transfers across my different I have different accounts. I Open Multiple Bank accounts. Most people stick to the same bank account. Their parents open them. Apparently, believe it or not, you can actually have more than two bank accounts, more than one bank account. It's crazy, isn't it? And you know you can. Maybe actually there's more than yeah, yeah, there's more than one bank accounts out there as well. Some cups, some companies are better than other's. You know, I'm just saying. I go into that. That's a whole other episode. Yeah, but you know, like, so I set up automatic transfers. So the moment that day my pay comes in and about, you know, about the following day, it takes Bay, maybe certain amount and just transferred to a like a saving account that doesn't have fast transfer back into my account. Yeah, so what that means is like, let's say, if I'd be out doing something, I'd be like or our, well, I need the money and I try to transfer it's going to take five days to come back into my accounts. I'm like a fuck it, I'm not even going to use that money out. Yeah, right, yeah, so that's something that's just as a small way, how you can make those microhabits easier and micro things easier. And so the same thing with same thing, those micro micro things that end up being kystn't have it. Same thing keystone items. Same thing with scheduling, right, like I said, you know, I use I use Google Calendar, sinks, Aclos across all my platform and I use this little tool call any...

...to do. So what I do throughout the week I'll just keep adding item lists, like things that I need to do, and I don't schedule those things. But what it does is each morning the thing goes and says, is this plan your day, and I said Splan my day and it says, okay, email this person. When would you like to do it? Today, tomorrow, later today, and I say today, and I'll say what time I'll say. I'll say, you know, morning, afternoon, evening. So it'll just give you those few bottom I'll say morning. So it'll just like schedule those tasks for me and I have to think about where those tarts and are going to go. Oh, because what's it? Can you send that to me afterwards? That sounds pretty now, yeah, I can send that to you, for it's brilliant, man, it's brilliant. Is so good because and then I've also got this thing and I tag those tasks are each night before I go to sleep and I'll say like things like, you know, important, not important, important, urgent, not urgent, or not in and if there's nothing, like no, important, not origin, I won't tag them. So that way, if it's a if it's a priority. So if it's a red tag, I'll be like okay, the I know that. Like every time see I'm like, Al Fuck, I need to do this. Yeah, I can't say. So let's say, if it pops up today, like right now, when I was sitting here a task popped up, say email core safe, right, and I said Snooze, I will do that. Like I said, remind me. I would snooze this task before hours. I'll do that. Tasking for hours. But and then also popped up is saying this task is urgent. So I was like, okay, maybe do snooze it for one hour, right, sure. Yeah. So it's like easy tool for me to just schedule a list of things I need to do for and, you know, and in the same least, I checking things like buy eggs and and what I do is I was like buy eggs. I'm like, okay, I remember to buy eggs over and over again because I see my list, because it just pops up and it doesn't go away from my phone screen until I go okay, fine, plan my day, you know. So that's these things like make your this is just two systems or like no system, two methodologies that make things easier and you can figure out little hacks like that. It might be a thing to do thirsting in the morning as well. And said it just got on your social media feed and I can't fucking your brother and it doesn't let me. It doesn't. Yeah, it doesn't let me. I was like fuck, just let me just, you know, doesn't let me, so I have to end up doing it. So which is, which is, which is brilliant. Right. So these are like little hacks I want to talk about that you could use to actually get into your ultimate place that you want to be. I mean, and there's another one is, which is lock, and I'm sure like meditation is a huge one. But you know, people find meditation so hard because it's just seeming still for like an extended period of time and you just start thinking. But it's good because it gives you mindfulness. You get you can use guided meditation. There's one, a really beautiful one from from vision, Lucky Ona, I believe his name is on it's called six face meditation. Guided Meditation is amazing. Visualization exercise is sort of like in sort of in the realms of Hypnosis, hypnosis with visualization. So we're the walk you through into your visualization and you walk through it. It's brilliant, like check it out. It's so those kind of things help the bigger picture. But these are little hacks. It'll make you things easier. Like, you know, it's a lot easier to listen to a guided meditation, which is almost fun, and your visualizing. You your Dream House, your dream wife or your dream husband, whatever. Right, that becomes more fun, but you still doing the essential task that needs to be done, which is the you know, the meditation, being mindful, visualizing all this. You know, that's just my few little hacks to get better. Yeah, you know, there's a brilliantly and they take like some of the sometimes you don't do something like planning because it's like can't well that after yeah, SA, like I have to move money over, I have to schedule these things in. So you've got something like that, so help you with it. Can Be the same with cooking. Lucky if you you've got your rescipes that you use, or you might free portion...

...emails. That's why people do Mel prepping. You know, that's just easier. So it's all these little things that you can look for and not everything's going to work, but just keep trying these new little things and like those little tedious aspects of life that no one really likes, like you don't need it. Don't definitely don't need to spend it's like you spend so much time on that like that you kind of takes away from the things that you actually need to do, was his. So you're I was talking in like a grand scheme of using those little life hacks, all those apps that help you manage your life a little bit better, because you spend so much time in thinking I've got to do this, I've got to do this, I've got to play in this. But if you can do that, and money's a big one to like those auto trenders will save you so much time and hassle. And you know you're very instinctual. So when you go out, you think I'll maybe I shouldn't really spend this money, but you're out and about, you feel good. Stranger this money. Ever, it's I could busy business or dot. You know, maybe lucky I've I've I've created a whole infrastructure on finance, and maybe we could do a little podcast on that and then talk about that. All that could be good, but you know, that's that's another big one. People stress about money all the time. You know, financial health. Yeah, that's it's one of the financial health the people and that's what we always talked about. This is what we all about, you know, sort of figuring out the clever ways that serves us all dummies, you know, because that's all we all are, much of dummy's, you know, for no idea in life. You know, if we go out, you know and you know we try. We know we're trying to save up for a new car, and you know we need to be saving money for like, I don't know, for our emergency fund. But you know, then we go out, few Beers, sink, few beers in and then you know, you're like, you know, wor stickular shots for everyone. Worry better. And then next morning you wake up you're like, Oh yeah, you gotta hang over and you've got a you've got a bloody bank, bank account. Hang out for as well, bank, bank over. That's what I should and and that's what you did. Things like, you know. And now if you get like another bank account, and this is smart, because you get a bank account that doesn't have fast transfer, and it's not hard to find these banks out there, doesn't have a fast transfer because you know, fast transfer is done by Oscar. That's what it's called, Olsco transfers. So you know, you get a bank, bank account that doesn't have allsco transfers in it. So you know you bank is another good side is a good one that I personally use. So you do or transfer to you bank and, you know, run automatic transfer. Next thing you know, you're like, fuck, I need that money because you know, I don't know bout drinks. But then it's going to take five days. You just like probably gonna not. Let me going to be bulled. Yeah, that because you know you, yeah, you don't do it. And like, I see you've got to impulse purchase. You're like a, fuck, I need the old wanna buy it. I'm convinced. I've convinced myself. And then you can't. Yeah, and you know, there's there's another investment APP that I personally use, investment software I use which is brilliant, but it does is rounds up like your money that you spend. So let's say you buy a coffee for photos fifty or round it to five dollars and take the fifty cent and put it away in your saving investor. Yeah, that same favorite events and that one that once that's pretty brilliant to yeah, it's called raised and it's brilliant. Like it. They pay your dividends by like I get roughly. So, you know, I think I've got roughly. I think in the so just out of those automatic transfers, like just those round ups, for I'man I've been using this for using it for roughly year and a half. I'm up to like nine hundreds just out of round ups. And you know, they pay me roughly ten dollars worth of ten, ten to twelve dollars worth of ten to twelve dollars worth of dividends each month. Yeah, that'solutely and that compounds and it gets more or less Brittant and it compounds and the crazy parties look and once again, this didn't happen all night, and someone will hear this and they'll freak out. As I said that this has been one and a half years that it had collected nine hundreds. You know, you know someone who started. Look, I'm not getting any dividends, but yeah, that's not what it's about.

It's, you know, success had doesn't happen over night. Fail it doesn't happen on when I nothing happens over night. The only thing that happens overnight is your bank account getting empty at a at a bar that you know you hanging out at. The Bell. Happen. I'll happen weeks for yeah, that's it does, because it you build off everyone. There's always a couple of mates that live for it. So they spend them that's what they spend their money on and it's you know, you love those people, but sometimes, sometimes you just can't go out, like it's it sucks because you want to like in those a great usually great times, but sometimes just can't. You just kind of go aware like it's really a simple that. Look, it's you know, it's all about like sometimes, yeah, those are brilliant days. You hang out with your friends, you're vibing, but you know, just think about it this way. How is your thirty five year old version of you? And I'm talking to people over age. He's going to feel about your some of your choices, you know, as I said, by thirty five you'll be like yeah, fuck everything, so thin, you know, but you buill put yourself in the situation like just, you know, you build yourself. Maybe you build yourself a big immergency account, like a you know, just a fallback, an emergency account. You know, you got like and obviously what happened overnight or it wouldn't even happen in a year. Would probably take, you know, five years to build a decent or maybe even ten years to build that. Actually, in fact, if you're twenty five now, by the time you're thirty five, you'll build. You'll build a decent emergency account. Maybe you check it in a high interest si accounts or something that. I don't know. It's up to you, but I'm just saying how, just imagine, knowing that you've just got a fun, like just fluid an amount of money sitting there which is, you know, like a fluid amount of fiftyzero sitting there. That's just the anytime if something goes wrong, you know, you just would. You wouldn't even be stressed about this. You'll be like, yeah, it's not too bad, and I getting to accident. You wouldn't can ticket. Yeah, yes, Masistat up. I only got to play care face. That's exactly right. Don't that's right. And so those things, those things is a little has, the things that might finally from habits or to value you. Yeah, yeah, that's right. And then you build the things a little offensive to the cold. Got To back claim. Yeah, you know, one last thing. I want to stay and then, from their looker is all you am. Not to let you take over, because I've been talking all day on the things. One of the things is people get rip. Yeah, one of the things that people forget that, you know, and because all about public, this being public, roll the things people forget that the people who get rewarded in public often putting the work in private. So maybe these things don't seem fun. When you're doing the automatic transfer, you can't tell anyone about it because not it's not cool. You know, if you're not doing the tedious stuff of like, you know, scheduling account no one really cares. If you schedule you calendar, it's not cool. You know, if you make your bad it's not cool. Not, no one really. You're not going to get more social media, facebook followers, any of that stuff, right, but people will. People get rewarded for the rewarded in public for the things they do in private. Just remember that. It's hours are you put in by yourself where no one's watching. That's the real way from that was so like good, just like in it, just like from an physical exercise them planet, like the one or two social media post you do a week or if your Chalans thirtain Nack on the test. But you know those, those couple of post you do a week. That's sort the whole, a lot of what should be a very busy wake and yeah, and you feel good about to those sort of things too. But now I don't really have anything to wrap up with. I get her say that was that was another bloody fantastic episode. Or going to have a guest on. We technically had some issues, but that will be an episode of look forward to. I'm very excited for it. But now, thanks man. That was that was really good. It was just just remembering that that yet like those battles are one every day, like that big battles, one there, one in big moments, with those big moments are cultivated in little moments throughout the day and if you can manage and if you can optimize your personal and your private life, your one percent, so the one percent of...

...your day, then the rest of the day you're going to be ready for the things that life has to throw at you because you've kind of built up like a shield. You've built your your resilt, your resources, you've built up your resistance by kind of winning the little one percent victories in your own head and you can take on the world's battle. So yeah, I think that's as it pretty well, it's beautiful, beautiful, all right, all right, would that? No, let's wrap up your later. It's been that was a episode, possibly seven, eight or nine or twenty seven of nothings del as another eighter. So rather clever damage podcast. Thank you, guys, for listening. Check us out on the place fill yeah, tex down on instagram and check out the great work being done over a crea media is lots of love. Goodbye. Thanks by.

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