Hey there, I’m your host, Lisa Capri and welcome back to the Raise Your Frequency Podcast. In episode 4 we chatted with Romi Neustadt, best selling author of the book “Get Over Your Damn Self – The No BS Blueprint to Building a Life-Changing Business”. That is an episode to go back and listen to again and again, because no matter where you are in your entrepreneurial journey, Romi has a strategy for getting you to kick fear to the curb and amp up your results.
In this episode, we’ll learn about how to take a step back and assess your goal-setting and prioritizing for your life and your business. We’re going to meet Nick Boris, owner of Snap Forward, a Pittsburgh area network management and Facebook Ads Management company. Nick will share with us how he discovered that his personal development had a greater impact on his business than skills development, and how a simple morning routine he created changed everything about his approach to goal-setting and prioritizing. Not only will Nick share with us the exact morning routine strategy he used, he will also be outlining for us the three major types of distractions that can throw you off your game – and how to avoid them!
Do Nick’s past struggles with clarity, goal-setting and prioritizing sound familiar? Do you need to refocus with a morning routine that works? Go ahead and grab the link below to download Nick’s FREE Define My Day worksheet so that you can use the same strategy he did to define what was most important each day, and ultimately get more done with focused effort. But for those of you who want to step up your game even more, you can grab your copy of the Define My Day journal at a whopping 30% discount JUST for listeners of the Raise Your Frequency Podcast. Use the link below to access Nick’s freebie offer as well as his amazing discount for the full journal.
This podcast is all about taking action on a lifestyle habit or productivity hack that makes a difference to entrepreneurs and solopreneurs, and the Define My Day worksheet and Define My Day Journal are both a lifestyle habit and a productivity hack. There is quote by John Randolph that says, “Time is at once the most valuable and the most perishable of all our possessions.” So, take a cue from Nick Boris and use YOURS wisely.
To grab your own copy of Nick’s worksheet or to get the Define My Day Journal at a huge discount, go to www.nickboris.com/ryfpodcast
To find out more about Nick and what he does, you can visit www.definemyday.com
Other helpful links in this episode:
“The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure” by Grant Cardone
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