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Bookclub - 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma

Updated: Jun 5

The 5 AM Club


This Will Put You In a Category of History Makers. The four focuses of the great history makers.

  1. The greatest people are not defined by their greatest talent but by the extent to which they capitalise.

  2. Freedom from distraction is key. Focus, simplify and concentrate, becoming a purist.

  3. The power of day stacking, which means that small things done daily are more important than big things done once in a while.

  4. Personal mastery practice.

Master yourself Your mindset is just one of four interior empires. He explains how we can't just work on our mindsets. He makes sure that we understand the importance of our heart-set, health-set and soul-set. Master yourself completely. Heart-set is your emotional life and wellbeing. Health-set is your physical life, optimal fitness. Soul-set is your spirituality. It was these four important aspects that motivated the 20 20 20 formula. He explains these four interior empires in detail and makes it easy to understand why it is so important in our daily lives.

The 20 20 20 Formula They left Mauritius and went to Rome. The 20 20 20 formula makes sure that waking up at 5 am, generates incredible results. He explains how we can transform our productivity and optimise each day by rising early, long before the rest of the world does. To master your life you start by owning your morning.

  1. 20 Minutes to move

  2. 20 Minutes to reflect

  3. 20 Minutes to grow He explains how each one of these categories makes a difference not only physically but mentally and with inspirations.

Own Your Hour - Embrace Sleep He explains how we need to embrace sleep. The last hour of your day is almost as important as the first hour of your day. He explains what the blue light in our phones does to our brains and how this affects our sleep for the night ahead. Sleep is there to rejuvenate ourselves, but we can't get there if we don't use a proper before bed night routine. He gives tips on what to do before you go to bed. Balance is important. It's the key part of elite performance.

Highly Recommended I highly recommend this book. I have since changed my morning routine, but for me to be able to optimise my first hour, I need to rise at 4am. I now spend my first hour of the morning doing my exercises, reading my daily devotion and planning ahead for the day. I feel more organised, more awake when my actual day starts at 5 am and definitely sleep better at night.


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