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The 10 Tactics of Lifelong Genius

  1. The Tight Bubble of Total Focus: preserves your focus as well as your primal brilliance by giving you long stretches of time free from trivial fascinations and any influences that dissolve your inspiration.
  2. The 90/90/1 Rule: For 90 days spend 90 minutes of a workday on a single task.
  3. The 60/10 method: 60 minutes work - 10-minute break.
  4. The Five Daily Concepts: During the second pocket of your Victory Hour, list the five tiny targets you wish to accomplish over the day ahead for you to feel it was one well-spent.
  5. The Second-Wind Workout: schedule a second workout at the end of your workday to give you a second wind for a great evening.
  6. The Two Massage Protocols: Lock two ninety-minute massages onto your weekly schedule.
  7. Traffic University: Use the traveling time to learn, expanding your professional prowess and personal knowledge.
  8. The Dream Team Technique: Delegate tasks that not only are a poor use of your hours but also diminish your happiness. Ideally, restructure your entire life so you’re doing only the things you’re great at—and love to do.
  9. The Weekly Design System: Carve out and then ritualize thirty minutes early each Sunday morning to create your “Blueprint for a Beautiful Week.”
  10. The 60-Minute Student: For at least sixty minutes a day, study. Do whatever it takes to fireproof your commitment to relentless growth.


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"Heaven on Earth Is a State, Not a Place."



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"All change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end."



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20/20/20 Formula

20/20/20 Formula

By using this formula you will get most of your Victory Hour(5-6 am). It is divided into three 20 minutes pockets.

  1. Move: 1st 20 minutes for intense exercise. It will increase your metabolism rate and your brain will be optimized and you will be able to better focus o...


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The Billionaire’s Maxim

  1. To Create Magic in the World, Own the Magic within Yourself.
  2. Collect Miraculous Experiences over Material Things.
  3. Failure Inflates Fearlessness.
  4. Proper Use of Your Primal Power Creates Your Personal Utopia.


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The Five Scientific Truths Behind Excellent Habits

  1. World-class willpower isn’t an inherent strength; it is a skill developed through relentless practice.
  2. Personal discipline is a muscle. The more you stretch it, the stronger it gets.
  3. Like other muscles, willpower weakens when tired. Therefore...


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The Three Values of Heroic Habit Makers

The Three Values of Heroic Habit Makers

  1. Victory demands consistency and persistence. Anyone can be great for just one day. But to be great consistently is what is required to become heroic.
  2. Completing what is started determines the size of personal respect that will be generated.


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"When you feel like surrendering, continue.Triumph loves the relentless."



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"To have the results The Top 5% of producers have, you must start doing what 95% of people are unwilling to do."



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“Take excellent care of the front end of your day, and the rest of your day will pretty much take care of itself. Own your morning.”



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Twin Cycles of Elite Performance

The Five Assets of Genious are your mental focus, your physical energy, your personal willpower, your original talent, and your daily time.

The balance should be maintained between High Excellence Cycles (the time when you work) and Deep Re...


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“Elite producers and everyday heroes understand that what you do each day matters far more than what you do once in a while.”



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The Habit Installation Protocol

It takes 66 days to get to the automation point of a new habit. The time can be divided into 3 parts (22 days each)- 

  1. Destruction Phase: Here your old habit gets destroyed. It is the hardest part. You need most of your willpower in this phase.
  2. Installat...


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“Trust—always—that life has your back—even if what’s unfolding makes no sense.”



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The Four Interior Empires

The Four Interior Empires

  1. Mind Set: It is the psychological aspect of our being. For example, our thinking.
  2. Heart Set: It is our emotional intelligence. How good are we at managing our own emotions? What is our relation to others?
  3. Health Set: It re...


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“One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living._ We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today._”



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The Four Focuses of History Makers

  1. Capitalization IQ: 'Natural talent is not what defines great individuals. Instead, it is the extent of that potential that they capitalize on through consistency and relentlessness.'
  2. Freedom from Distraction: ‘An addiction to distraction is the death...


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