183: Fri-Date | Make Your Vision Board Your Reality

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Today’s Topic: Our new mastermind

Since we’ve been on our adventure in Europe, we’ve had a lot of people messaging us because they love watching what we’ve been able to build for ourselves.

This podcast is all about helping people who have a dream, but they’re a little bit muddy on how to execute. Everyone can use a little bit of help, accountability and some shortcuts based on the long list of mistakes that we’ve made.

We know that everyone can’t join the Work Hard Play Hard in-person mastermind right now, so we’ve decided to create a virtual mastermind as well. It’s a 90-day commitment starting on November 1. It includes three Push Planner journals (created by Chalene Johnson). The Push Planner is the planner I’ve used to literally double our income, launch this podcast, land in the top 100 on iTunes and launch the Work Hard Play Hard in-person mastermind. We’ll also use Robert Allen’s Getting Things Done system to create something that he calls a mind like water. This enables you to go throughout your day visualizing your goals and acting with clarity without the random thoughts about tasks you have to do.

The first week is going to be a 30 minutes ideation session with Kim so that we can gain absolute clarity on what you want to do. Kim is an ideation machine! Then we’ll teach you the systems we use and do 90-minute mastermind calls every other week. 

Don’t sign up for this if you just want to keep dreaming and you don’t want to take action. Don’t sign up if you don’t want to get uncomfortable because this is going to be a group that will hold your feet to the fire, accelerate those goals and help you achieve massive progress within 90 days. 

But if you are committed to doing the work, sign up now at workhardplayhard90.com and get the special introductory price. 


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Hi, I’m Rob!

Hi, I’m Rob! It has been said “You are not what you have learned, but what you’ve overcome.”

I have overcome my share of obstacles in order to architect the life of my dreams and uncover the key to lasting, meaningful success. Growing up in Queens (literally on the wrong side of the tracks), my early years were tumultuous, marked by hardship and violence.

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