The 1 Hour Per Day SECRET to Your Success!

Did you know the Top 1% income earners read 1 book per week, 50 per year? Even the top 20% read regularly, as success and reading go hand in hand. 

They view themselves as “self-made” and 100% responsible to consistently get the info, knowledge, and highest skillset possible.

It’s definitely a discipline to commit to lifelong learning, just 1 hour a day of reading, yet in my experience greatly pays off.

The more you up your game with knowledge, info, self-growth, and skillsets, the more you truly are able to design your ideal lifestyle around your wellness business.

And it’s not just the reading that does this, it’s the implementation and action steps you take from what you learn.

Are you underlining, highlighting, or taking notes from what you read?

What are the action steps you’ve recently successfully implemented from what you’ve read and learned?

Ask successful people in your life what books they suggest.

Do you have any books you recommend?

Reading 1 hour per day was and continues to be a game-changer for me, I wish you the same success.

I truly believe the purpose of being in business is to live your life the way you want to live your life.

Do you ever journal, draw or visualize what your ideal life looks like?

What skills do you need to achieve this life?

How will you acquire them?

Who do you need to align yourself with to possibly help you achieve your dream?

Reading is a great habit to commit to to up your game on all levels…

What are some other new habits you’re committed to?

Your very success really depends upon your choices being aligned with your lifestyle preferences and goals.

So if you want more, you need to attract more by becoming more!

The truth is we don’t just get, we attract.

Quoting Jim Rohn again who i love reading…

“Success is something you attract by the person you become”

So become a more consistent reader, you’re bound to attract more success! 

Michael’s interest in health and wellness goes back to his childhood. He grew up loving sports and played a lot of different ones, including baseball, soccer and gymnastics, and basketball was his favorite. Until the day he woke up with excruciating pain in his low back.

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