If you’ve been on my list for a while…
You’re probably familiar with my 10-3-2-1-0 formula for perfect sleep.
- 10 hours before bed no caffeine
- 3 hours before bed no alcohol
- 2 hours before bed no work
- 1 hour before bed no electronics
- 0 the number of times you’ll hit snooze
But after talking with a few of my clients recently…
I realized that this formula is incomplete. Because a ton of my clients like to bookend their day by reading business and self-help books. Listen…
I’m a huge believer in the power of self-education. But…
The 1-2 hours before you go to sleep are not the time to be pushing your brain into overdrive with new ideas and motivation.
So what then?
Well… My friend Jason Capital suggests another kind of nighttime reading routine that’s been flying under the radar.
And if you’re the type who can’t quite bring themselves to spend time reading fiction – you’ll love this.
Because you can relax your tired brain while still learning and levelling up your mindset. In fact, I’ve found this reading tactic not only puts me to sleep faster…
But I also wake up feeling more motivated and creative than ever before. Jason calls it his “Triple B Rule”.
And it’s just one of a series of powerful sleep-inducing strategies I cover fully in this month’s issue of Millionaire Monthly.
Including a pre-bedtime ritual so effective, 4 Hour Work Week author Tim Ferriss compares it to “getting shot with an elephant tranquilizer”.
But that’s not all you’ll find in this edition of Millionaire Monthly.
Every month I share the secrets myself and my 250+ millionaire clients use each day to grow our businesses, strengthen our mindsets, and live our perfect lives…
Inside the June issue you’ll also discover:
— How to slash 2-3 hours off every workday WITHOUT sacrificing a dime of income
— The 5 “Toxic Habits” that are holding you back from your first 7-figure year
— The sneaky 3X10 Facebook split test that regularly helps my team 2X, 3X, and even 5X our ROI
— How to generate 300% more revenue from every email you send (with one simple strategy)
— And tons more…
Success Loves Speed,