Top 10 tips

Old man Kennedy says this important line over and over again. It really has stuck with me.

His basic message is, “Do not confuse activity with accomplishment.”

Always ask yourself, “Is this getting me closer to my objectives”?

Specifically, old man Kennedy says, “Always be asking, where is the profit in this?”

There certainly is NO profit in checking Facebook, ESPN, or TMZ!

And you must cut the slack.

Think of the all people that you have NOT helped because of your INACTION, hesitation, and personal limitations .

There are so many people struggling that you could be helping. So please STOP holding back. Do NOT waste your time.

Do not let struggles slow you down either.

“Life is 10% what happens and 90% how we react to it.” – #truth

There aren’t going to be many easy days, so Man-Up.

Enjoy the challenge.

Now more than ever the world needs good people like you doing your work and changing the world for the better. Stay strong and never, ever give up on what is important to you.

So your 10-Minute Task is to cut the waste and find ways to be even more productive than ever. Use this checklist.

Your Time Management Top 10

1.    Block time
2.    Eliminate unnecessary communication.
3.    Limited phone and email
4.    Get one thing done first.
5.    Do not get sucked into email.
6.    Set up your environment for maximum productivity.
7.    Remove all temptations to time abuse.
8.    Monitor yourself to see where your time goes.
9.    Set strict sleeping schedule.
10.  Hire competent people who do the grunt work for you.

If you’re struggling, your only problem might be that you’re too smart for your own good.

You have all the info you need, but you keep overthinking things! Be like the dumb fitness models I know that don’t overanalyze things but just listen to their coaches.

Stop thinking and start doing what you’re told!

You CAN do it. Man-up (or Woman-Up!) and take massive action.

Put your head down and go-go-go. I believe in you.

Keep on pushing on,

Craig Ballantyne

“It’s not the daily increase but daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential.” – Bruce Lee