There are two ways people fail when they try to achieve a
big, hairy, audacious goal.
1. They procrastinate and never get around to even trying
2. They burn themselves out by working too hard, and quit
before the results start to roll in
So, most “lifehack” experts agree that if you want achieve
any major goal, you need to do two things…
1. Work at it every day – but not so much that you get
2. Work at it for at least 21 days until it becomes a habit
The two go hand in hand…
If you say, “I’m going to work at this for 10 hours a day”,
you’ll burn out after a few days. And, besides, if you have
a day job, how are you going to work at it for 10 hours a
day and still have any kind of life?
If you say, “I’m going to work on this for 21 days” but you
don’t make a commitment to when and how long, then you’ll
The best commitment you can make is “I’m going to work on
this for 25-30 minutes per day, every single day for 21
The bestseller Pomodoro Technique by Staffan Noteberg,
leverages the idea that humans work more productively and
creatively when they take short breaks every 25-30 minutes.
Many who employ the technique find they accomplish far more
in 25 minutes than they used to in 3-4 hours.
Matt Lloyd has devised his MTTB system with these
principles in mind.
21 Steps. One step per day. 25-30 minutes per step.
If you work MTTB in this way, and do not earn at least $500
in your first month, Matt will refund every penny.
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