What would it mean to you to gain an extra hour of productive time every day?
That's an extra 5 hours a week -- 250 hours a year.
That's equal to more than 30 full 8-hour working days a year, by the way.
Forget adding an extra day during leap year ...
... this is like adding an extra month to the calendar every year!
Could you use some of that extra time to build your business?
I think you could.
Well, here's what this is about: It's a little mind game I call the Daily Time Expander.
And if you play along with me for one week and don't get back at least one extra hour of productive each day, I'll write a check for $100 to your favorite charity.
Do I have your attention? Good.
Here's what to do: Grab your smart phone. Look at the bottom of the home screen. See the email icon there? Move it!
Where to? Someplace where you won't see it -- and that little red number telling you how many emails you have to read -- every time you pick up your phone.
I moved my email icon 4 screens deep on my phone and then I buried it in a little folder, called Games.
As a result, I cannot be distracted by email when I look at my phone. I have to go hunting for it. And this is the simple secret that can save you an hour of productive time every day: Never let yourself get sucked into email when you pick up your cell phone.
And when you do the math, avoiding email like this can easily save you one hour a day.
One reason? Emails are like mice or cockroaches: There’s never just one. And once you start composing replies to emails, setting reminders to reply to the replies, visiting stray web sites -- 5, 10, or 15 times a day -- that always burns at least an hour a day of valuable time.
Now. This idea is more than interesting. This is potentially life changing for you. So I want to make sure you try it.
That's why I'm making you this very public challenge: Move the email icon off the home screen of your smart phone and keep it that way for 5 working days in a row. If you don't save at least 5 hours of time you otherwise would have wasted getting sucked into email, I will donate $100 to the charity of your choice.
Just send me a short note by mail. Include your contact info and the name of your charity. I will make the donation and email you the receipt to prove it. Here's my mailing address:
7455 France Ave. S., #263
Edina, MN 55435
This is a very public challenge. There's no hiding for me. And I hope you put this idea to the test.
By the way, The Daily Time Expander is the first of 11 marketing tools you can get for free, if you hurry, at www.MarketingMultipliers.com
What does time have to do with marketing? Everything.
Because, as Dr. Bernie Siegel once said, time isn't money -- time is everything.
Your time and your marketing are inextricably linked. If you can't manage your time, you can't market your business. So the first thing I want to do is free up at least 5 more hours each week for you to get more new clients. And that's what The Daily Time Expander does for you.
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