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Three Lessons From My Early Morning Contemplation

By Marcus Santer

Oh brother…

I’ve been awake since 3am and up since 5.

No reason.

Simply woke up at 3am and after 2 hours of trying everything – and failing – to get back to sleep I decided to get up and do some writing.

And I’ve been thinking about success a lot recently.

Maybe because the end of the year is coming and I always get more pensive than usual at this time.


Here’s 3 lessons on success from my early morning contemplation:

1. It’s a cinch by the inch – Small actions taken regularly lead to big results. It’s normal to screw up when you start doing anything new. But I believe too many people expect to be world class first time and when they’re not they quit. Or worse… Never get started in the first place.

2. Hard work required – The truth is that anything of value worth achieving is hard work. Resist the lure of ‘instant’ fixes and hacks. Walk away from anything claiming to be easy and effortless. And instead role your sleeves up and get to work. It took me a year to be able to do a pull up.

3. You’re never too old – I’ve had 80+ year old folk start learning Qigong, I started body weight training when I was 40 and yet I’m stronger now than I was in my 20’s. Get started now, where you are with what you’ve got. There never will be a better time.

In my experience there’s no such thing as an over night success.

Like I said earlier, anything of any value that I’ve achieved took time and effort.

And in my research of uber-successful folk I see the same:

Time and effort.

Most folk in my business will sell you books and courses and try to convince you how easy, quick and effortless it is to be strong, fit and healthy.

It’s mostly BS of course.

I’ll tell you up front…

If you want to stack the odds of a longer, healthier and happier life in your favour…

Installing ZEN+ lifestyle habits is going to take time and effort.

But they work and they work exceptionally well.

Best place to get started?

Right here.

Bye for now


P.S. Got to take the car for it’s service later this morning.

I find it kinda sad that many people treat their cars better than they treat their own body.

What with regular check ups, tunes, quality fuel and valeting.

And then neglect the most important vehicle in their life… Their body.

Don’t make that mistake.

Give your body what it has evolved to thrive on and reap the rewards.

You can find out what your body wants here.