Can not argue much here, after all he is handling 6 big companies including Space X and Tesla at the same time. Spends an hour on the treadmill in his private gym.Watches courses from the Teaching Company while doing so.He would talk very, very loudly and then talk very, very quietly. When he wanted to lose weight and get in shape, he didn’t focus on the latest diet book, or look for cutting-edge secrets.It drove people at the radio station nuts, but he turned it into a feature instead of a bug. (To learn the morning ritual that will keep you happy all day, click here.) So you’re meditating in the morning and taking a Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer approach to your “flaws.” But some people might say that “mindfulness” and “turning weaknesses intro strengths” are both clichés. He realized all he needed to do was stop ignoring the clichés and actually listen to them.
(To learn how 5 post-it notes can make you happy, confident and successful, click here.) So an oldie can be a goodie, always look on the bright side, and all’s well that ends well. What fundamental abilities do we need to develop that will promote success in any arena?
He says, “I can give a speech without much sleep, I can do parts of my job that way, but in thinking creatively, I'm not much good without seven hours.” Every morning he used to ask himself: "If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I'm about to do?
" Now if the answer was no for too many days in a row, then he knew he needs to change something. Also, four-time New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and internationally recognized internet personality. Takes his phone into the bathroom to read the news. He explains so as, "I'm able to do some exercise and spend time with my family, which puts me in a great mind frame before getting down to business." He leaves the curtains undrawn and so that the sun comes up straight into his eyes. Also, he plays tennis before sitting down for a healthy breakfast.
That could mean just one mindful breath in the morning. Stuff that holds you back that you’ve tried to overcome and couldn’t. The second most common thing Tim heard addressed exactly that…
(To learn how to meditate, click here.) That’s not too difficult. You might feel like you don’t have it in you to be a huge success. Nearly everyone Tim spoke to mentioned how they had taken something that was a weakness and — rather than trying to fix it — they leveraged it into a superpower that pushed them forward.