If you’re reading this, then something in your life has caused you to stop and think,
“There must be a better way to go about things!”
Maybe your responsibilities have increased dramatically as you started a family, a new job, or a business, and now you need a way to do great work, despite having less time.
Maybe you’re dissatisfied with your current job and want to move to a more fulfilling career and get more out of life.
Or you may have a lot of ideas and expertise but don’t know how to link all that information together to make the impact you want to make.
Whatever your situation, I can tell you that you’re not alone.
When I ask people why they aren’t going after their goals (and instead often lower their hopes and ambitions), the #1 answer is always:
They share things like…
“I get overwhelmed by the tasks before me. I don’t know how to manage the volume and set priorities.”
“Things just fall through the cracks.”
“I just feel like I can’t make progress on anything.”
This permanent information overload and overwhelm has become our “new normal.”
How can we achieve our goals when our brains are already maxed out?
The answer is to fall in love with the process, not the end goal that´s why I have created the newsletter Process Is Progress.
“I am not an expert, doctor. I haven’t made billions of dollars and am not the world’s greatest athlete. All I am is a regular guy, a father, a husband, a writer with a focus on productivity, and building good habits that last, I´m from Iceland which happens to live in Romania.”
I’m focused on building a foundation of healthy habits and behaviors that will last me a lifetime & I will share them with you.
Every month I share in my newsletter Process Is Progress a recap of the best things I wrote, read, listened to, and learned, what went well, what could be improved, and my biggest lessons & realizations.
These include my biggest wins, accomplishments, and a list of things that went well.
What could be improved? This includes my mistakes, failures, and a list of areas I came up short.
What were my biggest lessons and realizations? Based on what went well and what could be improved, I tried to crystallize everything I learned about myself and the world.
What am I most excited to build in the upcoming year? Rather than set goals, I finished with a list of directions I wanted to head in the year ahead.
➜ Be willing to work hard and consistently
➜ Ignore the get-rich-quick charlatans
➜ Stick to one thing for 10+ years
➜ Find a mentor who’s done the work
My passion for personal development and coaching began after After my extensive original research to quit smoking and after being with my grandma on her dying bed, I also lost my mother due to smoking 20 years prior, The traumatic event led to my belief that at the end of our lives, we will all wonder,
Did I live my life to the fullest?
Did I really love it?
Did I matter to people?
Did I help people?
Every day since then, I have tried to live my life to be happy with the answers. I deeply understand that I have been gifted a second chance.
At our dying be, there are no more second chances, our time is up!
I used to be a chain smoker for over 20 years, and I have tried every method available, but nothing worked for me.
Below you’ll find a collection of every project I’m currently focused on.
My newsletter: Process Is Progress
I´m a Licensed Master NLP Practitioner, Certified NLP Life Coach, and member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.