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The Manny Matsakis Show: Episode 4

"The Miracle Morning" By Hal Elrod

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On this fourth episode of The Manny Matsakis Show, Manny discusses “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod. Providing many guidelines and perspectives on how Hal Elrod sets up a secret formula on getting successful work done before 8am hits. Listen and enjoy all of Coach Matsakis’s advice on how to win on the field and to optimize your life with “The Miracle Morning”.

Check out more info and links from this episode on the Podcast Post!

Navigational Highlights

[0:05] Show Intro and “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod

[1:28] Testimonials

[3:49] Hal Elrod’s story and how “The Miracle Morning” came about

[5:10] Key Points and creating your Level 10

[8:10] The benefits of following Hal Elrod’s advice; Personal Development

[14:14] Why the morning and a breakdown of how to change the routine

[20:44] “How you do anything, is how you do everything.”

[25:23] Fighting Mediocrity; A lack of urgency creates mediocre coaches

[30:40] Waking up early and the 6 parts of the morning routine

[39:37] What Manny does for his morning routine

[45:09] Closing thoughts and Tips and Reminders

[48:51] Show Outro

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