I went from running a 10k once a year to running 250kms across the Sahara desert. It took a grueling training regimen, many miles of running and my calendar needed to open up to fit in a lot more training time. Here’s what my ultra-training schedule looked like, alongside work and family time.
Most successful entrepreneurs plan their year, marking busy work periods, conferences and events and other business opportunities in the beginning of the year. I work the other way around. I mark my Free Days first. Here’s a few tips on how you can take more control of your calendar.
Sometimes time alone is the only way that you can access the growth and inner progress that you need to make your biggest goals and dreams a reality. Here are a few eye-openers that came to me during my 250km run across the Sahara Desert.
*Since this article, I have switched to a 3-day workweek, starting January 2020. Post soon on how that’s going! Perhaps this article needs retitling. I have switched to a 4-day work week, but it’s simply a milestone along the way as I’m transitioning to a four-hour workweek. A few years ago, I read Tim Ferriss’ 4-Hour Workweek and knew that…
There is no one magic answer to this question, but there is a formula that you need to understand if you want to hit your biggest financial goals.