1. Before you can learn to focus in other areas of your life, you need to learn how to focus on a daily basis - that’s Personal Mastery.
2. A consistent morning routine sets you up for success throughout the day.
3. Over the next month we’ll discuss the keys to mastering your morning.
“Most people live within the confines of their comfort zone. The best thing you can do for yourself is to regularly move beyond it. This is the way to lasting personal mastery and to realize the true potential of your human endowments.” - Robin Sharma
Welcome to Personal Mastery!
Digital technology has evolved at a breakneck pace since the emergence of the smartphone a decade ago. Hundreds of apps have been developed since, each vying for our attention. People spend significant parts of their days checking social media. They provide a way for everyone to be constantly engaged but distracted at the same time, even though the information they provide is usually mindless.
The addiction to social media does make sense from a physiological perspective. You get a dopamine hit every time you check social media and see that somebody liked your post. You also hear stories about young people who become depressed because they’re not getting many likes on their posts. Social media can be very useful and beneficial, but not when it begins to control you. Unfortunately, more and more of us are letting that happen.
Therefore, in this first module, we’re going to focus on personal mastery. Before you can learn to focus in other areas of your life, you need to make sure you’re focused in your day to day life first. Over the next few weeks we’ll dive deep into how you can do that.
The information and advice provided in this program is intended to assist you with improving your performance, as well as your general health. It is not intended and should not be used in place of advice from your own physician or for treatment or diagnosis of any specific health issue. By participating in this program you acknowledge that undertaking any new health, diet and/or exercise regime involves certain inherent risks, that you assume such risks, and that you release The Wells Group Inc. from any responsibility or claim relating to such participation.