Would you like to have a perfect day?
How would you spend your perfect day?
Today’s guest is a productivity & Success Transformation Coach from my hometown, Toronto, Canada and the author of The Perfect Day Formula: How to Own the Day and Control Your Life.
He has been contributing to Men's Health magazine since 2000, and in 2001, and is the founder of the famous home workout program, Turbulence Training.
But before we get to this awesome collaboration, let’s run through some housekeeping matters.
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Last week, we had famous YouTuber and salsa dancer extraordinaire, Evan Carmichael on the show talking about YouTube AND the concept of the one word.
Actually, we said, forget the concept, let’s deep dive into how we can get to our one word for you and we used my brand / business as an example.
Evan didn’t let me get away with the easy answers, so if you want to see me on the hot seat, be sure to check out that episode.
Going back to this week’s mystery guest, he had to overcome crippling anxiety attacks to get to where he is today.
He beat them out with his 5 Pillars of Transformation.
Today he shows men and women how to use the 5 Pillars to lose 10 to 75 pounds, get a raise and make more money, find the love of their life, and overcome any obstacle in the way of success.
You can read his daily essays on success, productivity, and fitness at EarlyToRise.com
That probably was the biggest hint into who I am referring to, but IF you love productivity and entrepreneurship, then you are going to LOVE this episode.
In the interview, we break down not only how he launched such a successful home fitness workout system, but how he really got started.
He also breaks down the 5 pillars of transformation, as well as some of the rules he lives by that I think a lot of us will find impactful for our own productivity and how we approach our work / and life.
Show notes and links can be found