730 Hours: On the Road to Mastery

“The unexamined life is not worth living”

— Socrates

2 hours a day. 365 days a year. 730 hours a year to spend practicing a craft.

730 hours to see what I’m capable of.

730 hours on the road to mastery.

There is nothing more exhilarating than the feeling of complete control, total power over the elements before you.

The quiet dominance of a painter masterfully gliding his brush over an empty canvas, an athlete crossing the finish line with arms raised in triumphant manner, a writer deep into his next masterpiece.

Nothing compares to this invigorating feeling yet few will ever experience this hypnotic bliss.

A shame. Getting to this level of mastery is the ultimate form of self-exploration: discovering where your limits are and trekking across the plains of joy and sorrow to find out what you are truly capable of.

That’s what this blog is about.

This blog is about exploring your potential. It’s the fusion of knowledge and the application of that knowledge to achieve goals and create rich experiences that few will ever get to experience.

I’ll be sharing tips on:

  • how to stay motivated when the willpower just isn’t there
  • how to stay disciplined
  • how to wake up when you want to wake up without wanting to kill yourself
  • how to increase productivity

These are challenges I will personally face as I set off to accomplish my goal on a busy schedule.

In my off-time I’ll be scavenging material that’ll help me solve these problems.

Then I’ll field-test what I learn and give you the juicy details that’ll help you reach your goals in an email newsletter called the 730 Hour Club. Join below.

“The easier we make it for ourselves, the dumber we get.”
Find out what you can do today to increase your productivity.