WORK LESS WEDNESDAY
🗓️ 1. Notion Dropped A New Calendar – Notion Calendar
Just a heads up, this is your last chance to get access to our Early Bird Enrollment for Cohort 6 of How To Work Less.
Early Enrollment includes $1,000 off the full price, a guaranteed spot in this cohort, plus some other nice perks.
We’ve already got 32 new students (and 100+ past students), joining us this cohort, which starts on January 8th!
If you’ve been on the fence, now is the time.
On December 31st, Early Enrollment will close.
To sign up early, go to learn.howtoworkless.com and enter your email.
🤖 2. This Robot Changed My Life – Roomba i5+
I’ve been hearing people say they love their Roomba for years, but never fully bought in.
Last week, we bit the bullet and shelled out $600 for the Roomba i5+.
I can’t recommend it enough.
My place is the cleanest its ever been.
🎚️3. How To Think About Leverage – Video by Blake LaGrange
Been hanging out with this dude a lot recently.
Highly recommend this video if you’re wondering how to create the most impact, with the least effort, in your business.
In the video, Blake covers:
- What is leverage?
- Where do I find leverage?
- 5 examples of leverage from his business
🧘 4. Free Online Yoga Class I’m Taking This January – FLOW by Yoga With Adriene
Each January, Yoga With Adriene on YouTube does a 30 day yoga challenge.
I’ve been doing yoga on and off for the last 12 years and I always appreciate a chance to get back into the daily practice.
My wife and I have done the challenge before in past years, and really enjoyed it.
This year’s theme is FLOW.
It’s a totally free 30 day challenge, with a new video every day on her channel.
Worth checking out if you’re trying to get back on the mat, or if you’re a beginner who is curious.
It’s not too late to join!
🧠 5. Book I’m Reading This Week – Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz
This is a book that has been recommended to me many times, but I never got around to.
I’m about 30% in and am really enjoying it.
Since its first publication in 1960, Maxwell Maltz’s landmark bestseller has inspired and enhanced the lives of more than 30 million readers.
Psycho-Cybernetics is a term coined by Dr. Maxwell Maltz, which means, “steering your mind to a productive, useful goal so you can reach the greatest port in the world, peace of mind.”
Maltz was the first researcher and author to explain how the self-image (a term he popularized) has complete control over an individual’s ability to achieve (or fail to achieve) any goal.
And he developed techniques for improving and managing self-image—visualization, mental rehearsal, relaxation—which have informed and inspired countless motivational gurus, sports psychologists, and self-help practitioners for more than fifty years.
The teachings of Psycho-Cybernetics are timeless because they are based on solid science and provide a prescription for thinking and acting that lead to quantifiable results.