Merry Winter Solstice! Tell Me About Your Dreams

Today I’m grateful for the power of my daily routine, for the sun entering Capricorn and for my love, desire and dream of being a professional life coach.

I’ve been reading The Prosperous Coach by Steve Chandler and Rich Litvin, on recommendation from a life coach friend. (Side note: It’s hilarious and awesome how it seems like almost everyone I know these days is a life coach or married to a life coach…!)

It’s also been awesome coaching a few people, too, now. I officially got my first paying client a few weeks ago, and I’m still coaching a few others for practice, for barter, etc.

There’s so much in the book about turning pro. About shedding the bullshit and doing the deep work. About the importance of having my own coach.

The past few weeks, I haven’t had a coach, and I can feel the drop, the absence of the increase in power, clarity and deep work. I’ve got it back on the schedule though. Whew!

God, it’s so important to have a coach.

Which top performer in ANY field doesn’t have a coach?

They ALL have coaches.

I am looking forward to my coaching session next week and to the new year, to having my life coaching sessions consistently again. It really is one of my top secret weapons.

Coaching with a great coach is a wonderful, magical thing.

And today, on the shortest light-day of the year, I’m looking forward to the light getting longer and to the beautiful possibilities in 2017.

In 2017 I want:

-To take the OneTaste Coaching Program (CP 13)
-To make $150K (which is only 12.5K/month or about 3k/week)
-To create my first 5 46-week clients at $9,900 each – (I have a dream to take the last 6 weeks off for the next few years, from the second week of November through the end of December, which leaves 46 weeks to work)
-To read 15+ books
-To deeply release some old traumas hanging around in my body
-To continue building AuthenticNC with the team

My current weekday daily routine looks about like this:

6:30 Wake-Hygiene incl oil-pull/skin-brush/60 second cold shower
7:00 Body meditation (50 min)
7:50 Bulletproof Coffee/Bulletproof Vibe/music (40 min total)
8:30 Three to Thrive (Tony Robbin’s morning ritual) 9 min
8:40 Read (50 min)
9:30 blog/video blog (30 min)
10:00 rest for 5 min/re-center/quick e-mail
10:10ish Head out tha door to my “bread and butter” job
1:00 lunch/power nap
2:00 back to that “bread and butta”
5:00 dinner
5:30 quick e-mail/rest for 5ish
6:00 two hours of coaching conversations *my coach on Mondays
8:00 Partner time / Orgasmic meditation / hot bath
9:00 Bedtime

Obviously, not every day will the schedule be perfect. Random meetings come up, gotta be flexible sometimes…

I like taking half a day off on Saturday and about 1pm doing my 15-minute HIIT run (30 second all out sprint followed by 90 seconds of walking, repeat x7). I take Sunday fully off to spend time with my woman and refresh with a different agenda.

Fully on, fully off.

What does your ideal daily routine look like?

What do you want in 2017?

What would your life look like if money weren’t an issue? How would you spend your time?

Tell me about your dreams.

Love,

Aaron

P.S. I recently announced my desire to take the OneTaste Coaching Program (CP13) in San Francisco beginning this April, and I’m asking for YOUR help to get there. If you’ve ever thought about life coaching or would simply like to support my work click here.

Think And Grow Rich Commentary + Video

Do you even know what you want?

What do you REALLY, REALLY want?

It takes courage to admit what it is you really want. It takes courage to commit to what you really want.

Are you willing to play ALL OUT while you’re still alive?

I want to live fully while I’m still alive.

Like Hellen Keller said, “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.”

And like I often say, “Fuck it.”

Decide what it is you want, write it down, ask yourself WHY you want that thing, and then WHY that reason, until you get down to what you REALLY, REALLY want.

Don’t let yourself off the hook doing this.

If you can, get down to the tears. Where you tap in to your heart and the intensity of what you desire SO HARD that you’re overwhelmed with emotion.

Usually that’s a good sign you’ve touched on your deepest desires.

What do you want to do before you die?

And how long are you willing to procrastinate your dreams?

It will take patience. It will take work.

But when we want something badly enough, we become HAPPY to do the work because we are inspired with a vision for the future, and the present becomes a joy.

We begin to discover what brings us joy.

We begin to discover sustainable ways to get what we *really want*–that’s a big one.

And sustainable ways of success are built on a firm foundation of Love, Vitality, Integrity & Freedom.

Go after your dreams.

But if you’re unclear on what your dreams are, how are you going to know when you’ve gotten them?

So write them down!

And then say them aloud every single day.

Become OBSESSED with your goals. Burn the bridges. Take risks.

Decide that only death can stop you from achieving what you want, and you’ll probably get it.

Because what if your dreams are possible?

Because you won’t accept mediocrity ANY LONGER.

Because you’ll die either way.

So fuck it.

Love,

Aaron

P.S. Seriously, grab a copy of Think and Grow Rich and immerse yourself in the beliefs and habits of success.