Focusing on the future will destroy you – do this instead

A couple of days ago, a Twitter follower sent me this DM.

“…I have been learning and bettering myself tremendously in the past 5 years of my 20’s. My only issue is that after looking back on this time period in my 30’s I will feel like I wasted what youth I had left.

Any advice or reassurance you could lend to someone attempting to use these years in his life…”

A lot of people in their twenties have this concern.

I used to have them myself. So I understand it perfectly.

This concern is based on fear.

We fear missing out on things. We fear the unknown. We fear failure.

There will be times when you’ll be fearful. And that’s OK because we experience fear in one way or another.

Most kinds of fear come from a place of lack, or more specific, scarcity.

Scarcity, or the perception of it, is the real killer here.

People get worried about not having enough, so they panic… and because of the panic, their fears usually become a reality.

I suppose you’ve seen what’s happening in the world right now.

People get on social media and watch the news, so they see the photos and videos of people rushing to buy toilet paper and hand sanitizer… so all of a sudden, they too feel the urge to buy these items.

The perception of mass scarcity is playing out on a global level – when there is none (at least not for toilet paper and hand sanitizer).

Why Is Scarcity So Powerful?

“Scarcity is the feeling that a product or service is in short supply and about to run out.” – Neil Patel, Internet Marketer

Our brains haven’t changed much since the hunter-gatherers times.

Our ancestors had to get into unfamiliar places and uncomfortable situations to get their food and water – it was a matter of life or death some of the time.

See, scarcity was commonplace back then. We didn’t know if the hole in the mountain was going to be safe to sleep in. We didn’t know if we were going to eat or have something to drink later in the day.

And because we come from those ancestors and our brains haven’t changed that much since Fred Flinstone was roaming around the world, we still get worried about things running out.

Now you’re probably wondering, where is Jose taking me with this.

What I’m doing is giving you the bigger picture.

It’s OK to have the perception of scarcity.

Truth be told! Three weeks ago, scarcity took a toll on me.

I bought more toilet paper and paper towels than I needed– and I’m glad I did, because things got real really fast in the Dominican Republic with all the fake voice notes and fake posts people uploaded to social media.

Fear invaded me. Scarcity kicked it. I fired two of my employees. One for incompetence, and the other out of fear of the unknown – I did rehire the good one, though – but that’s a story for a different email.

It took me a couple of days to kick myself out of it.

But, even though I was feeling nervous, I never stopped working.

I used the urgency and the scarcity to double down on my efforts.

All of us have these feelings from time to time. It’s natural and nothing to be ashamed of.

What’s important is how you react in the face of fear.

You can’t control your natural reactions, but you can control the actions you take

In many ways, you can’t control your natural response and how you feel about certain events. But, you will always have the choice to control the way you deal with them.

And that brings us to this particular point.

Some people fear that their actions will lead them to look back in time and feel like they’ve wasted their time.

This, my friend, is normal.

But what are you going to do about it?

Right now, many opportunities are waiting for you to knock on their door.

So you might be worried that if you open one of these doors, it’s going to close off all the other ones to you. And you’re right. But you have to understand that thinking about the worst-case scenarios can drive you crazy.

That all leads to this…

As you age, your sense of urgency and scarcity will be different.
Urgency and scarcity are two of the many ways fear manifests itself in our life.

Urgency is the feeling you have when you need to do something before the timer runs out.

Both urgency and scarcity, if used correctly, can benefit you in unimaginable ways. Not only in sales but also in achieving your goals. The thing is some people have no idea how to use them to their advantage.

Now that I’m in my 30s, I have a different kind of urgency and scarcity.

I have to juggle my time between family, friends, and work. So the time has truly become a scarce resource to me, even though I have the same 24hrs as everyone else. This has basically forced me into investing my time with more care – something I didn’t do in my 20s.

See, during my 20s, I had a lot of free time and very few responsibilities. But all of that changed once I turned 25. My inner thoughts went from, “I want the new Playstation and the new Xbox” to:

  • “There’s not enough time.”
  • “This is taking too long.”
  • “All of this was for nothing.”
  • “What’s gonna happen to me in the future?”
  • “Is this really what I want?”
  • “Am I on the right track?”
  • “What if this doesn’t work out.”

Do any of these thoughts ring a bell?

It wouldn’t surprise me if they all did.

So what can you do to battle your fears of missing out, your fear of the unknown, and this scarcity that can drive people nuts – funnily enough, the advice I’m about to tell you will work at any age 🙂

Tip #1: Listen to people who are more experienced than you.

What you’re experiencing right now is NOT new. You’re not the first one to experience this, and you will not be the last one.

Stop wasting your mental bandwidth thinking about the worst-case-scenarios.

Spend time thinking about the things you could be doing, and take action upon these thoughts.

Do you want to do everything half-heartedly, or do you want to do one thing and do it well?

You may feel like you have unlimited opportunities, but really what you have is a small window—a small window to determine how the next couple of decades play out.

I know that sounds scary, but I’d prefer to tell you a scary truth over a pleasant lie.

While everyone is either panicking or binge-watching Netflix, it’s time to double down on your efforts!

It won’t feel nice. It will be uncomfortable. It will suck sometime. But your future is built on the actions you take RIGHT now.

Tip #2: Realize the past is gone, and there’s nothing you can do about it.

What you did yesterday, a year ago, five years… there’s nothing you can do about that.

You cannot change the past. Once the moment is gone, that’s it.

Sometimes you’ll feel regret, sometimes happiness, either way, it’s in the past.

Make your peace with that.

All you have is NOW, the present moment.

Even right now, as you read this, you’re using your time to take in what I have to say.

I understand how precious time can be, so thank you and I hope you take action from this.

Whether you’ve made bad choices or hit hard obstacles, isn’t important now. Your distant past is not important now. Your past frustrations aren’t important now.

The only important thing right now is, what are you going to do about it?

Tip #3: All you can do is take the right actions.

“Right actions?”

The right actions are the ones that lead you to your goals. Thing is that you’ll only know if they are the correct ones by taking them.

Taking the right actions is all you can do. And only you can take those steps.

No one else will be able to do the work for you.

To see if the actions you’re taking are the right ones, constantly ask yourself,

  • How do I feel about what I’m doing right now?
  • How do I believe I’m going to look back on this period in five, ten, twenty years from now?
  • Does this action make me feel like I’m wasting my time?

Tip #4: Set rules for yourself by writing down a NOT-To-do List.

People rarely think about the things they need to stop doing.

This is where your not-to-do list chimes in.

Your Not-to-do list is composed of actions that you must actively reject to become a productive champion.

Your Not-to-do list leverages the power of the most powerful word in the world.

The word NO.

What Should You Add To Your Not-to-do List?

  • Activities that continually break your focus into pieces
  • Actions that reduce the quality of your work
  • Decisions that make you feel unproductive and unworthy of your successes
  • Ideas and thoughts that take up your precious mental bandwidth
  • Activities you can delegate
  • Ideas, choices, and rules you won’t compromise
  • Stuff that doesn’t lead to your current goals

Tip #5: Use scarcity and urgency to win

A goal without a deadline is a pipe-dream.

A deadline will give you the sense of urgency you need.

I always say to myself that urgency is both the “God of Money” and “God of Getting Things Done”.

Why the “God of Money”? Urgency makes people buy (that’s why you see marketers using the “Price goes up soon” tactic)

Why the “God of Getting Things Done”? Urgency makes people take action – having no urgency means you’ll take your time to get things done, and “taking your time” is for losers.

If you don’t have a deadline, you won’t have the urgency to get it done.

That said, don’t give yourself an impossible deadline.

If you have a goal of making an extra $30,000 this year, make sure you don’t say to yourself you’re going to make the $30,000 by the end of the day.

You’re still bound by the laws of reality. Right?

So be realistic with yourself. Going from 0 to $30,000 in a day is not realistic unless you win the lottery or sell crack on the streets.

Now, what about scarcity? How can you use it to force yourself into action?

The Not-to-do list is one way to use scarcity in a positive way.

This list is meant to limit your choices, which could result in creating a sense of scarcity that could help take action.

Another way of using scarcity is by creating a budget for your personal and business spending.

If you’re having issues with planning your budget, get the World’s Simplest Income Planner for free by clicking here.

Telling yourself that you can only spend, let’s say, $3000 this month is an easy way to use scarcity to better your life.

Final Words

Hopefully, you’ll have found this helpful.

Again, stop focusing so much on the future because it hasn’t happened yet, and it’s always changing.

All you can do is influence your own with the actions you take today.

Whatever you’re up to have a great day.

Take action,
– Jose

7 Tips For Not Going Insane While Working From Home

You might be new at this thing people call “working from home”.

You might be struggling to find a way to make this “working from home” work.

It feels weird. It feels different. It might even feel a bit uncomfortable.

But, in the end, it looks like remote work will become a REAL thing after all the mess humanity has been through in the past few weeks.​

See, remote work will save both parties (employers and employees) time and money.

No more commute and no more cubicles.

Just each person doing their job from their homes.

And I can tell you it’s an awesome experience once you get used to it.

For the last couple of years, I’ve worked remotely on different kinds of projects. From creating sales funnels to managing product launches, from creating websites to offering 1-on-1 consultation.

And I’ve picked up some tips on how to make this “working from home” experience work best for me.

So today, I’m sharing my top 7 tips for not going insane while working from home.

Let’s go!

1. Don’t work in your bedroom

Picture the following scenario.

You’re working with a bed behind you.

After a while, your bed starts whispering in your ears, “I’m here waiting for you. I’m super comfy. Sheets are ready. Pillows are as fluffy as they’ll ever be. The temperature is chilly – just as you like it. Take a quick nap… you deserve it!”

Back when I started working from home, I made the huge mistake of trying to work inside my bedroom.

Every time I came back from eating or fetching a glass of water, I was tempted to take a quick “power nap.” It was annoying, and, honestly, I did take too many power naps for a while.

Suddenly, I noticed my productivity dropped like a rock, and I had to drag myself to get things done. This lead to having tons of to-dos stacked up inside Todoist

“I have fix this,” I said to myself.

And I did.

I decided to set my workspace outside of my bedroom.

Result: My productivity went back to its normal levels.

See, your environment influences you in ways that you cannot imagine.

Your bedroom, like or not, is a temple of resting and having sex. That’s it. That’s the association your brain has made.

Get your work outside the bedroom, be it in the living room or a spare room you might have.

This workspace must be comfortable enough so you focus, and work for longer hours – your bedroom is not that place.

2. Schedule your time like a boss

Perform a quick brainstorm of the things that you usually do during the day.

Those things go from washing the dishes to cleaning your home. From preparing your food to making sure your kids do their homework.

Just write down everything you can think of.

Done?

Now schedule all of those actions at specific times.

I suggest you schedule the hard stuff and the deep thinking for earlier in the morning. And to leave the rest of your tasks for when you feel mentally and physically tired.

Also, make sure to plan ahead your meals.

Pro tip: cook the meals in bulk (this is an awesome productivity hack).

And plan your day the night before.

This will give you a headstart every morning.

3. Don’t stay in your pajamas

It might sound weird to read this, but…

DON’T STAY IN YOUR PAJAMAS.

Make an effort to dress well.

Two reasons for this:

  1. You might have meeting lates in the day
  2. As stated before, your environment influences your mood – that includes your clothes

About that last point…

See, your brain associates pajamas with sleep. So, like it or not, working on pajamas could reduce your productivity.

Don’t debate me. Debate the scientist from the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

Their study suggests that people perform better when their clothing has a “symbolic meaning” to them.

For example, the attention of doctors increased when they were wearing a lab coat.

In your case, your working clothes already have a “symbolic meaning” to you – GET TO WORK!.

Guess what’s the symbolic meaning of the pajamas…

So use this knowledge to your advantage by using your work clothes while working from home.

4. Cook, eat the food, and clean the dishes right after you’re done

Your dishes will start pilling up sooner rather than later.

Don’t let this happen to you.

How? Eat, then clean what you used.

Simple, but effective!

Now, if you decided on cooking your meals in bulk, all you’ll have to do is reheat your food, eat it, then clean those dishes – less cleaning for you as you won’t be cooking often.

Why do I advise you to do this?

Sooner or later, that stack of dishes will become a burden, and you’ll start putting off cleaning it.

This will become a huge distractor.

By cleaning the dishes, you eliminate that pesky task from breathing down your neck.

5. Systemize your process

Everything you do can be done better and faster. Right?

Here’s how.

Start documenting your workflows by writing down all the steps you take to complete the different processes of your business.

By doing this, you’ll begin to notice all the superfluous actions you take to move from point A to point Z. Once you detect these actions, remove them or substitute them with more efficient ones.

With time, your system will become more polished and you’ll discover that it takes you less time to complete your work.

If you’re struggling to document the steps of your workflows, brainstorm all the actions you take to complete your projects while disregarding the quality of what you’re writing. Your focus should be to achieve the maximum quantity ideas in the least amount of time – that’s the purpose of a brainstorm.

Later on, you can start moving things around and finding ways to make your things simpler, faster to execute and more efficient.

I bet you’ll be surprised to know exactly how you create things.

Wanna simplify the brainstorming phase? Use LucidCharts or Diagrams to start drawing your workflows.

6. Use the right tools for your system

We live in the future!

We have apps that help us communicate in real-time with whoever we want at the time we choose.

If you need to organize your projects, take a look at:

If you need to schedule meetings, here’s what you need:

If you struggle with getting things done, block social media and news site using:

Learn how to take screenshots of desktop and add notes to them.

Learn how to record your screen and edit the video – perfect for creating simple tutorials and explaining yourself through video. Apps like Camtasia and Screenflow will help you with this.

If you’re looking for Video Conference solutions, these are some of the apps I’ve used:

7. Take breaks – longer than usual

Working from home could become cumbersome for some people.

Most of the time, you’ll be by yourself and you’ll get bored of having nearly zero human interaction – besides the time you spend with your family and clients.

After a while, you’ll find yourself daydreaming and having to choose between working or hopping into your bed to take a nap.

Or maybe you’ll turn to the refrigerator every 5 minutes trying to find something new to eat – which I bet you won’t, because food doesn’t magically appear inside your refrigerator.

So I advise you to take longer breaks than usual.

Take your time to enjoy your home-cooked food.

Take your time to meditate.

Take your time to digest any new information you’re reading.

Take longer breaks.

And use the extra energy to put in the work.

Let me know which tip you liked the most and feel free to share this article with someone you think might need it.

One Hour Every Day To Change Your Life?

Things aren’t as hard to master as you think.

How long does it take to master a skill?

If we’re being honest, mastery will take years of toil.

There will be frustration. There will be giving up and starting again before you even begin to scratch the surface.

Then and maybe even then you might only ever be a journeyman.

Ask yourself; do you need to get to be at that level?

How good do you really have to be?

Do you need to be a master?

It’s easy to begin.

Here’s a secret the masters don’t want you knowing. Whether it’s piano, copywriting, programming even learning to drive.

It doesn’t take that long to get up to average.

All it takes is one hour every day for four months.

Let’s do the math, that’s 120 hours.

You can do one hour a day, can’t you? If you’re sitting there saying you don’t have the time, be honest.

What can you cut out?

Really, how much are you missing out on by devoting an hour to a new skill that has the potential to make you some money?

Get started now, and you’ll be glad you did.

Now here’s the thing. Starting is easy. A new project is hands down one of the most joy-filled things you could ever embark on.

What you have to understand and this is the harsh, brutal truth. A truth you don’t want to accept is you have to be consistent.

Being consistent is the hardest part.

Doing an hour every day, when you think about it sounds easy, but the reality is your mind is going to do everything it can to stop you.

That’s what you have to push through.

Being consistent is more important than being good.

At the end of the day, people prefer someone average and consistent.

They want someone average but reliable over someone brilliant but a risk.

The question you have to ask yourself, do you want to be reliable?

If you do, then you do not give up as soon as you get bored.

If anything, that is when you have to force yourself to sit down and do the work.

If you do, you have to be aware of the first person you have to be reliable to is yourself.

How do you do that?

You do that by putting in one hour every day.

Ten Easy Wins for Easier Fat Loss Ebook Review

I like feelin’ good. I bet you do too. Everyone does.

Today, I feel full of energy. High-energy, in fact. 

I wake up with the desire to conquer, to break things up, and put them back together in a better way.

Thing is, that this kind of energy is something that I never had before.

For years, there were periods of time where I felt like shit all day long.

I had tons of questions about these weird feelings I experienced… 

Why is it that one day I felt good, and a couple of days later, I felt like shit again…? 

Why can’t I just feel physically good at all times? 

Why are these mood swings messing with my life?

I was worried, so I visited every doctor in the book.

They found nothing out of the ordinary in my body.

So I figured it was a mental thing – it had to be because it appeared that had no issues in my body.

I was wrong.

It wasn’t a mental thing, nor it wasn’t technically a physical thing.

All my bloodwork and other medical studies turned out fine. No issues were found (thankfully?)

Yet, there were days where I had no energy and no desire to get up from my bed… I called this feeling Zombie Mode.

Feeling Like A Zombie

Zombie Mode is when you discover yourself:

  • dragging your feet
  • feeling brain-dead from all the brain fog
  • going through life feeling tired even though you’ve been sluggishly doing nothing during the day.

Some people might call this depression. But it’s not, as depression needs to be diagnosed and I was NOT diagnosed with it.

It was something else.

And I never figured it out… that is until I started reading a bit more about dieting.

Enter The Diet That Fixed Me

In February 2018, I decided to eat a high-protein, low-carb diet.

I went to the supermarket, bought all the usual low-carb food, paid tons of money on the cashier, went home, and ate.

And voilá!

Nothing happened.

Zombie-mode was still alive and kicking.

Then, I found out about the Carnivore diet. This diet consists of eating only meat, fish, and other animal foods like eggs and some dairy products.

I lost 60lbs in 7 months. 

I lost 20lbs in the blink of an eye.

I went from 210lb to 160lb in 7 months – yikes!

Yes… I only ate meat for 7 months.

And you know what?

I freaking SUCKED big time, but – and this is a HUGE Cardi-B level BUT– I killed Zombie Mode.

Feelin’ Like A Million Bucks

I felt good thanks to the carnivore diet.

I was always High-energy. No more cranky morning, bad taste in the mouth, and, especially, no more feeling like shit.

But… I HATED THIS RESTRICTIVE DIET.

So I caved.

I went bank to my unholy eating habit.

And Zombie Mode Came Back.

See, while I consider myself a disciplined person, I believe that living such a restrictive life was turning me into a loser.

I stopped eating the same food as my family – they gracefully cooked stuff for me when I visited them (It’s good to have an awesome family like this).

My house stank like cow meat all day long – something my wife was not fond of.

I become a crazy person in the eyes of my family.

Screw that…

I felt like shit, but I still had a good time with my family.

But I Didn’t Want To Feel Like Shit For The Rest Of My Life.

On November 25, 2019, I bought an ebook about fat loss.

I didn’t need to lose fat. I just bought to help out my friend, Alex Feinberg, with his product launch.

Little did I know the GEM I just bought.

I met Alex on Twitter.

He had been following me for a while. But I didn’t follow back, because I had no interest in following more people on social media.

But, during one of our Twitter encounters, he tweeted at me in Spanish and told me he played professional baseball alongside Dominicans – that caught my attention, cuz I’m Dominican.

So I followed him back.

It’s funny, now that I think about it.

Because thanks to this silly – but memorable – encounter, sometime later, I bought the book that changed my approach to diet.

Enter: Ten Easy Wins For Easier Fat Loss

I bought the ebook just to help out Alex with his product lunch.

Nevertheless, out of curiosity, I printed it out and read it in one sitting.

Long story short, I’m now eating, eating, eating, and not gaining weight.

Best thing? No more Zombie Mode.

Here’s how I currently feel:

  • I have high-energy all-day long
  • I have nearly zero mood swings
  • The continuous brain-fog is gone
  • I have no severe cravings for junk food
  • I eat at any time I feel like and how much I want to
  • My meals are diverse – still high-protein, but I always enjoy what I eat
  • I’m happy – which is something that happens when you eat well!

What Did Ten Easy Wins For Easier Fat Loss Teach Me?

  • The best food I can eat to avoid fat gain
  • What to eat when I crave eating
  • The mentality of eating when I’m hungry
  • How to eat a high-protein diet that’s not boring
  • Eating without counting calories – man… this is a winning concept as far as I’m concerned.
  • A secret tactic to fight sugar craving (the one that a sweet tooth like me would kill for)
  • The ONE thing you should always do before buying something to eat.
  • Easy replacement food for pizza, fried chicken, chocolate bars and pancakes
  • The most amazingly simplest way to season the food – it’s nearly magical!

I’m glad I purchased this ebook.

If this story resonates with you and you feel like this is something that could also help you out, feel free to snag a copy of Ten Easy Wins For Easier Fat Loss.

Alex even gave my readers a massive discount!

So, by clicking the link below, instead of getting your copy of this ebook for $59, you can get it for $37.

Multiply Your Salary By 7 Fast, Legally and Ethically

In 2009, I got my first job as a web designer.

I learned a lot during this stage of my life, but the salary… it was a laughing stock.

Back then, I didn’t have a car, so I spent half of my money on transportation and low-quality food.

After 4 months of lousy work (even on Saturdays), a new possibility aroused: a new job opportunity!

They offered me 2x my current salary.

Thing is, I did not feel comfortable in this new company. So I decided to change jobs again. So I joined an institution where I also doubled my income.

I was very comfortable in this new job. I had few things to do. Meaning, I was mostly free to do whatever I wanted. However, I decided to change my job again.

And again I doubled my earnings.

In this last place, I worked for 5 years. They offered great benefits and I was able to obtain several salary readjustments that practically doubled my income once more.

In my case, I was able to multiply my earnings by 7 in just 4 years.

For my safety, I can not say how much money I earned while employed, but I can tell that I was mostly OK with my salary.

How to earn more money being employed?

If you paid attention, there is a well-marked pattern in my work life history.

In just 4 years I changed jobs 4 times.

At the beginning of my career, I could say that I changed jobs an average of 1 time per year and that each time my income doubled.

Online Business is great. See, I do live from Internet Money. But, this wasn’t always the case.

If you want to earn more money being employed, send your resume everywhere and at all times. Always keep your eyes opened for a new job opportunity.

Also accept every job interview others offers you, even if you do not have the desire to work there. By doing this, you’ll meet many people, but more important than all, they will get to know you.

Many people will tell you that changing jobs so many times is a bad idea. Screw that!

Changing jobs works because companies rarely provide significant salary increases. In general, it takes a lot of time to climb up the corporate ladder.

Last words.

Many want to work for others.

Not everyone desires to manage their own company, or make money online. And, in many cases, you can have an excellent life being employed.

For this reason, I praise all those who love their jobs.

So passing around your résumé, and change jobs fast.

If you think that changing jobs will help you make more money, share this article.

Live Intentionally Book Review

You’ve tried every single tactic in the book.

You’ve started and stopped pursuing to build several power habits.

You’ve read multiple books. You’ve done your homework. You’ve sought guidance with that friend you trust.

But the truth is that you still feel you’re not living up to your potential.

Perhaps you fear for your future and you dislike feeling powerless while trying to take full control of your life.

And you might even have reasonable hate for the belief that no matter what you try, you’ll stay stuck in the same place.

Let’s be clear, now.

You know you have massive potential inside of you. You can feel it in your bones. And you have even experienced the sense of full control sometime in your past.

Imagine for a while the truly elite lifestyle you could have if you stuck to your goals and followed through the promises you make to yourself.

Let’s make it simpler.

Picture your perfect day. Maybe you crushed all your tasks one after the other, you felt like a productive silverback gorilla after that. That same day you managed to ignore the cravings for your favorite junk foods and avoided the harmful stuff you struggle to avoid. And, just for fun, you were able to successfully face some of your fears.

What a difference a day makes. Yes?

Now, imagine multiplying this magnificent day times 90.

Some time back, I read Harsh’s (from the Life, Math, Money blog) newly released ebook Live Intentionally.

It’s so new, that even if its an e-book, I can still smell the freshness of its digital pages.

This gem of an ebook sets the tone for people who are seeking live up to their full potential.

The simplicity in which Harsh explains his ideas is superb, and the ebook flows like a mighty river.

He perfectly reveals the following for each of his ideas:

  • the what
  • the why
  • the how
  • and the when

I’ve read many books in my life. Most ebooks are stuck in the “what” to do. They usually lack the why, how, and when.

Live Intentionally doesn’t. The e-book over-delivers (something rare in today’s world).

In Harsh’s own words, “Live Intentionally is a 90-day self-project that aims to help you achieve your potential by giving you all the tools you need to become a strong, calm, and purposeful individual.”

It’s a compelling read. And I think many will find immense value inside its pages.

Live Intentionally is a simple framework that seeks to help you understand your past and what you want out of life, take control over your mind’s inner voice, become more disciplined, and transform yourself into a person of prevalent substance.

Live Intentionally is a 90-days challenge of cold, hard effort. It’s both a guide to living intentionally and a guide to level up your life.

The ebook reveals the following ideas:

  • The most powerful habits you should build to win in life.
  • Simple ways to remove bad habits such as smoking, watching porn, doing drugs.
  • A workbook to help you track your progress.
  • The secrets to fixing your internal monologue.
  • Why you should reframe problems as opportunities and how to do it.
  • Masterful ways to cultivate discipline, self-control, and mental toughness.
  • Proactive measures to deal with hard to handle urges.
  • The absolute best way to improve your ability to manage your emotions.
  • How to start meditating and the best smartphone app to get started.
  • A guide to constructing your mental narrative to build level up your life.
  • Dumbproof way to conquer your body.
  • Why nutrition is a critical component of living intentionally and how to fix your diet.
  • The most straightforward morning routine that will define absolute momentum for the rest of the day.
  • And so much more.

At the moment, Live Intentionally has a price of $19.99. And Harsh has even included a 30-day Money-Back Guarantee. Which makes it a safe investment for anyone who decides to jump into the Live Intentionally train.

When you’re ready to Live Intentionally and discover the secrets of how to live a life well lived, click the magical link down below.

I want to start to Live Intentionally now.

– Jose

P.S.: This is what other trusted creators have to say about Live Intentionally:

To any young man looking to fix himself, his life—I encourage him to sincerely read & more importantly execute the crisp advice this actionable book contains.

He will 100% see changes.”

– Fateh Singh (@fatehshernu)

The book is an easy read & is delivered in an entertaining fashion. Follow the framework to a tee & you are bound to see massive personal growth.”

– Arman Chowdhury

“It is a book of action, none of the cookie cutter filler nonsense. Each aspect of one’s life that has to be taken control of is shown in a practical manner WHY it’s out of our control, and HOW to regain it back.”

– Benjamin George

P.P.S: Really! Grab a copy of Live Intentionally pdf here.

How to cut your writing time in half

Today, I’ll give you access to one of the emails I sent to my newsletter. I don’t usually publish my emails, but this one seemed to be loved by many of my subscribers.

Have you ever wondered how to write your blogpost, ebooks, reports, sales pitches, and about anything you want to in half the time?

Here’s everything you need to know to make this happen.

Enjoy.

Here’s the deal, email marketing is one of the most powerful tools to make money online.

See, the reality is that, email has become the number one way to have direct access to people’s brain and souls. You can truly build a special bond with your subscribers.

There’s no other tool that, with a couple of clicks and edgy words, can help you make so much money.

Ok… ok… ok… we have Facebook Ads and Google Ads.

But that cr*p cost a lot of money, and not everyone wishes to learn how to create ads or pay for it.

Having an email list is nearly free.

I say nearly because the full cost is the money you pay for the email marketing software and the time you invest in writing the email.

So, without further ado, how do you write an email in half the time?

Talk about ONE topic alone.

Stop trying to cram a lot of stuff into one email. Most people’s attention span is low, so the fewer subjects you write about, the better. This also helps you, as is simpler to write about ONE single idea.

Sit down and write.

Forget about opening other Chrome tabs, and having music in the background… only write. No music, no tabs, no wasting time. Focus!

Time yourself.

I recorded myself writing this email. Meaning, I’m trying to write the email against the clock. My goal is to write it under 20 minutes, but I’m sure I’ll be able to write in less time. Here’s a challenge for you: open your smartphone’s timer and add 20 minutes to it. Press start and write.

Write about the things you know.

There’s no need to try to impress your subscribers with fancy ideas. Stick to what you know, as it’s easier to write about stuff that doesn’t take too much mental effort (because you already know the topic).

Forget about grammar and logical sequence.

You achieve “perfection” during the editing phase. Stop worrying about grammar and write.

Edit. Edit. Edit.

You create masterpieces during the editing phase. Only edit after you’re done writing.

When you run out of ideas, write everything that comes into your mind.

Yup… I ran out of ideas, so I wrote this tip (hahaha).

And that’s all you need to know about writing an email (or anything) in record time.

Watch the full video here.

 

 

Love y’all.

Until next time.

Tu amigo,
– Jose Rosado