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Powerful daily habits set successful people apart from those who just can't seem to make it. I'm Robert Allen, and my BestLife course is focused on helping people build amazing daily habit stacks - or rituals. Dominate your day with confidence! Read my new book today, join me, and begin your journey to achieving your BestLife!

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Achieve the attitude and mindset of the worlds best investors.

Comprehensive tools to find your purpose and get more done.

As I coach and teach I’m always getting great questions about habit, routine, and ritual. Here are three of the most important questions I receive, almost daily, from my clients and students.

1. What’s the most important habits I can include in a ritual?

First off, let me just say—in case you are reading this and aren’t hip to the lingo—Ritual is the word I use to describe a fixed set of powerful habits that you do in a single block of time, everyday. You can call this your daily routine, or your habit stack, but I like to use the word Ritual, because I take these habits seriously.

So, what are the most important habits to include in your ritual? Think with the end in mind to answer that question. What I mean is, ask yourself how you want to feel after you’ve completed your hour or two hours of Ritual time. If you think about a human psyche, we’re just a bunch of attitudes operating at different levels of volume. The actions we take can turn up the volume on one attitude, like self-confid...

As I’ve been building my BestLife Launch course my entire outlook has been focused on helping people build amazing daily habit stacks. I’ve been thinking about it a lot. Here are my 5 fast tips on how to improve your daily routine, or your habit stack.

1. Don’t call it a routine! What a weak word. I call my habit stack my Ritual. If I’ve learned anything from 40 years of teaching, it’s that having a daily ritual of powerful habits is the #1 thing that sets successful people apart from those who just don’t make it. So take it seriously, and give your routine a serious word, like Ritual.

2. Do your Ritual in a stacked block of time. So what that means is that you SET ASIDE time everyday to get the important things done. And then you get them done ALL at Once. This hour or two hours of work you do gives you an enormous amount of confidence to go out and dominate your day.

3. Do your Ritual in a specific order. Look, we can only make so many decisions in a day. And the things that make up a g...

 I recently had the amazing experience of Climbing Japan’s Mt. Fuji. I also recently had the slightly less amazing experience of turning 69 years old, so this trip up Fuji was no easy task. I wanted to take a moment to share with you three things that I learned on the mountain. I hope they help you.

I’ve climbed lots of mountains before, some, like Kilimanjaro, that were higher than Fuji, and I’m always amazed by the lessons I learn “on the mountain”. The ordeal of a climb tends to crystallize things I’ve been thinking about. It throws my life into pretty sharp focus. And Fuji, partly because we went all the way up and all the way down in just 24 hours, was the hardest mountain I’ve ever climbed. So maybe the realizations I had, and am going to share with you, will be extra good. Fingers crossed.

#1. On Fuji I learned that your commitments to others are some of your best motivators. I went up the mountain with 31 friends. And I can tell you right now that I never would have made it up, o...

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