As mundane a topic as I may personally think this is, I still get asked quite a bit about my typical day, whether it be from clients trying to manage their own day to day struggles or from the casual observer who thinks all I do is flex and stare at myself in the mirror. Here is a what an average day looks like to me.
4:20 am - wake up, spend 10 mins or so being thankful that I actually was fortunate enough to wake up at all, prep for training.
5:00 am - train - 1 hour
6:30 am - get home, eat meal #1, meditate for 20 mins
7:30 am - client work - international
9 am - eat meal #2
10 am - finish coaching calls - peace point break (what's a "peace point?" See Paul Chek's video "Time cannot be managed.")
11 am - more email, blog writing, reading etc.
12 pm - eat meal #3, meditate 20 mins
1 ish to 3 pm - more calls, more client work - domestic
3 pm - meal #4 - peace point break #2
3 ish to 5 pm - more client work - domestic
5 pm - quitting time.....
6 pm - meal # 5
6 - 8 pm - family time, reading etc.
8 pm - bed
And there you have it. It's a long day for sure, but by strategically placing rest throughout my day it is more manageable than your typical rat race driven corporate schedule. Dealing with client programming and nutrition issues is demanding both mentally and spiritually, so I am very strict about my water and food consumption. I need energy to give energy and that along with a great sleep schedule is key. Whether you own a business, work in a factory, or are a stay at home mom, consistent monitoring of the factors that require energy (breathing, thinking, moving) and the things that will replace it (water, food, rest) is essential for day to day self management.
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