By Justin Brooke
Frustrated by working loooong days at your computer? I’ve got just the solution for you. This isn’t a trick, it’s not a tomato timer, it’s not another to-do list app, it’s not even about productivity.
This is about automating your business so it works for you – not so you work for it!
This is for the thousands of Internet business owners who started their business to get freedom, but somehow ended up working more than ever.
It’s not your fault.
It happened to me too.
From 2011 – 2015 I drank the “10x-hustle-grind-beastmode-your-face-off” kool-aid too. Sure, I broke the million dollar mark in my business and had 13 people working for me.
At what cost though?
- I was working 5am to 11:30pm even on weekends some days
- I was telling my kids “Daddy can’t play right now, he’s working to make the money”
- I swelled from a stocky 225lbs to a morbidly obese 375lbs
- I never had time to go out with my friends anymore and even convinced myself that if they didn’t understand my hustle they weren’t good friends anyway.
If you’re not careful you can trade your life away for money. Millions of people do it. Only to wake up in their 50’s or 60’s and realize they wish they’d worked less.
My “business success” was destroying my life.
Yet my mentors and role models had me convinced this was the way. So much so, that I was even bragging about my “grind” on social media.
You probably saw me do it.
And I KNOW you see others doing it.
When Did It Become Cool To Be a Workaholic?
When did it become cool to lose the best years of your life sitting in front of a computer or in airports or meetings?
You know what’s cool…
I’m not showing you this to brag…
Yes I am!
Ever since I discovered how to automate my business, my life has been truly worth bragging about.
For the last 8 months I’ve traveled non-stop working only 2-3 hours a day. And my business is more successful than ever.
And now I want to explain to you, in detail, how you can do this too.
P.S. A nurse named Bonnie Ware who cared for terminally ill patients, wrote a book called “The 5 Regrets of The Dying.” In her book she said…
“This came from every male patient that I nursed. They missed their children’s youth and their partner’s companionship. All of the men I nursed deeply regretted spending so much of their lives on the treadmill of a work existence.”