Dominate Your Day Before Breakfast with Jeff Sanders
Start your day with an excellent morning routine and achieve your goals.
Jeff Sanders is the host of the 5am Miracle Podcast, which has ranked number one on iTunes in the Self-Help and Business categories. Jeff is currently writing his first published book under the same name, the 5 Am Miracle, and is a passionate vegan. Jeff believes the morning is the best way to achieve your goals and get to where you want to be. He talks on why you should have a regular morning routine, how to manage your morning routine when you’re traveling, and so much more.
[2:50] the best way to make time for your goals is to wake up early for it.
[3:25] Jeff talks on how he got started.
[4:35] Why have a morning routine?
[6:45] How do you have a morning routine when you’re on the road and traveling?
[8:15] Don’t beat yourself up if you slip on your regular routine.
[10:50] Jeff’s routine used to be incredibly strict, but now his routine is more of a guideline.
[12:30] What were some of the defining moments that shaped Jeff’s life and what did he learn?
[16:10] Jeff’s biggest challenge has been to understand his wife.
[18:45] Sit down with no distractions and just focus on having a good conversation with your wife.
[19:45] How do you balance your own morning routine with your partner?
[22:15] What’s the best piece of advice Jeff has received?
[25:00] When you find out what your actual talents are then you can move in the right direction.
[27:25] What does it mean to be a man today?
[29:30] We’re all looking for leaders, which is why leadership is a very important ability.
[32:00] Men might stunt their growth when they don’t allow themselves to be lead and supported.
[35:30] Jeff recommends a couple of books.
[37:40] Every morning Jeff drinks a litre of water after he gets out of bed.
[42:10] Plan the following morning every evening. Have a game plan for tomorrow.
[43:45] Jeff is extremely excited about his upcoming book, The 5am Miracle.
Mentioned In his Episode:
Your Road Map for Success – John C. Maxwell.
The ONE thing by Gary W. Keller and Jay Papasan
Essentialism by Greg McKeown
The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
“It’s my responsibility to fix my own life.”
“I can change whatever I want.”
“It takes a lot of courage to say, ‘I actually don’t have the answer, but let’s figure it out together.’”