3 Skills That Successful Men Master

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What are the 3 skills that successful men master?

1. Time management

Time is more important than money. If you're going to be successful you must be skilled at managing your time.

The first thing that you need to understand is how long a task should take? How many of you get distracted and lose track of time when working on something? Some of you have a lot to get done in a day but you don't know how long each thing actually will take and you will never get through all of those tasks or the most important tasks.

Do you use a to-do list on a day-to-day basis? How do you know what to do when on your list? If a task is on your list and it can get done in 5 minutes or less then just knock it out. If it takes longer and is important and needs to get done then you need to manage and prioritize those tasks.

We're talking about mastery. Many of us may have calendars and to-do lists and different tools we use to manage our time and schedules but when you start and stop and can't be consistent, you are killing the momentum you need in order to be successful.

Success is a long-term game. It's about small daily activities over time that lead to big results, so we have to master the small things every day.

The key is not to give minor tasks too much time and put more energy into the major tasks that actually need more of your time and focus.

Plan tomorrow today and map out your tasks regularly. Keep a consistent schedule and rhythm as much as possible and that routine will be your success.

It's also very important to know how to eliminate, automate, and delegate tasks.

You cannot do everything yourself. You need to know what to say yes to doing, what tasks you don't need to be doing, what tasks you can put into an automated system, and what tasks you can delegate to someone else.

You might check off 15 things on your to-do list but what if they were insignificant compared to that 1 main task you really should have done?

2. Money management

First, you need to understand the difference between assets and liabilities.

Assets are the things that you own that put money into your pocket. Liabilities are the things that you own that take money out of your pocket.

Successful people rack up assets and let go of liabilities at all costs.

This is why I am always encouraging you guys to invest in real estate, crypto, stocks, bonds, starting your own business, etc.

Everywhere you put your hard-earned money is going to come back to you in some way, positive or negative. You want to make decisions that will be solid investments in yourself.

Learn to think about what the return on investment will be on whatever you are putting your money into.

Making sure that you budget your money is essential.

If you are not budgeting your money you don't really know what your finances are looking like. You need to know where your money is going.

You also need to know how to start creating unlimited income. If you work at an hourly job then your income is limited. But if you were to create a business or side hustle where you could have passive income and unlimited earning potential that is not capped.

Multiple streams of income are key to reaching your financial goals. This will relieve the pressure for you to make a ton of money from just one source.

You also need to learn how to master skills that are in high demand so you can take advantage of the opportunities that are out there to make money. If you don't have lucrative skills it's going to be hard to make money in the marketplace because society does not pay you based on your degree but on your skills.

3. Managing your energy

This is by far the most underestimated and undervalued skill that people never get right. Society does not program us to focus on mastering our energy.

You can't get to the bag if you can't manage your time and energy. We will chase money with no time management skills and no energy and still struggle.

A lot of us do not focus enough on our health and don't consider the correlation to our success.

Many of us wake up and don't feel well or energized because of our diets, habits, and lifestyles. If you want to be successful you have to have the energy to sustain throughout the day.

When we don't have enough energy we gravitate more towards bad decisions. We will feel tired and sluggish and so we choose more comfort foods that may not be the healthiest options, we will waste more time on activities that are not productive for our goals, and o overall we just won't have as much motivation.

It takes high energy to get things done and done well. We will all have times where we are tired and unmotivated and that is where discipline comes in. A good sleep routine is one key habit to establish to be more efficient.
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