#15: Focus, memory, habits & life advice from Tony Robbins

Your weekly round-up of wisdom, habits, inspiration and practical solutions, including 13 ways to supercharge your focus, increase motivation and boost drive
#15: Focus, memory, habits & life advice from Tony Robbins
Welcome to issue #15 of The Power Up, the first curated email magazine from Man Body Spirit of the 2020s! 

Every day I scour the Web in search of wisdom, habits, inspiration and practical solutions to help improve the mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing of our readers, curating the best bits together in this neat little package – and delivered direct to your inbox. 

This week’s edition is packed full of insights, wise words and tips from thought leaders like Tony Robbins & James Clear. 
We also look at some of the Wellness & Fitness trends coming our way in 2020. 

So, with so much to get through, I’ll delay no more. 
Dive in and enjoy…
13 ways to supercharge your focus, increase motivation and boost drive
Many of us have started the New Year with positive intentions and renewed vigour to achieve fresh goals.

Hopefully it’s a case of so far so good for you, but before long we’ll all benefit from boosting our focus, motivation & drive to keep us on track. 
So here are 13 suggestions from the new book, ‘Unstoppable: A 90-Day Plan to Biohack Your Mind and Body for Success’. 

From workplace tweak-ups to personal rituals and tips for better sleep, this selection will help you build a foundation for success, whatever your objectives this year. 
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Mind
How to train your brain to remember almost anything
If you’re anything like me, your New Year to-do list includes some ambitious learning and growth goals.

Whether it’s a new language, specialist training relating to your job, or deepening your knowledge on a passion topic through books, courses or podcasts – how can you make sure that the time you’re investing translates into retained, usable knowledge? 

In this article, Thomas Oppong looks at the science behind why we forget things, and shares four tried and tested techniques for better consigning new knowledge to our memory banks. 

If only I was aware of these when I was at School and University!
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Body
Experts share their top health and fitness trends for 2020
Not only did the past decade see exponential growth in the levels of interest and awareness in health and fitness, but there were also an unprecedented number of major advancements too.

From fitness trackers and meditation apps to meat-free meat and coconut oil on everything, the 2010s were a fertile time for modern-day fitness – and as we enter a new decade, those next-level wellness trends are only set to multiply. 

With that in mind, Ask Men spoke to a range of industry experts to gather their predictions for the next fitness trends coming our way in 2020 and beyond.
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Spirit
11 pieces of life advice from Tony Robbins
You may recognise Tony Robbins from the Netflix documentary, “I am not your guru,” or you may simply be familiar with his work.

Either way, you’ll be aware that he is a pretty compelling personality and a man who knows a thing or five about setting yourself up for success in life.

It’s why he has coached past US presidents, top athletes, and even Oprah Winfrey – along with the thousands of other individuals around the world who have been impacted by his coaching programmes and seminars. 

A household name for inspiration, life coaching and success, here he shares 11 top pieces of life advice.
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Bonus content
6 nuggets from Atomic Habits, by James Clear
One of the best books written about habit transformation is Atomic Habits by James Clear, which was released last year.

A must-read for anybody looking to make behaviour change, this article shares six priceless nuggets from an interview Clear gave to the Becoming Better podcast.

The goldmine of guidance includes gems like: Focus on the identity you want to develop rather than the micro habits themselves; If you want something to be a big part of your life, make it a big part of your environment; and the idea of developing “home court” and “away court” habits to give you flexibility at times such as when you’re travelling. 
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49 brilliant things to do this January
If you set yourself a New Year goal of putting yourself out into the world a little more, but somehow you’re lacking a little inspiration, then this list is for you.

Skip the endless Google searches and subsequent ‘analysis paralysis’, and instead use this list, curated by Mantelligence, as your go-to guide. 

From things to do at home, to things to do with friends, to things to do when you’re bored, you’re bound to find something inspiring and challenging, whatever you’re into.
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Final thought
“The most effective way to change your habits is to focus not on what you want to achieve, but on who you wish to become.”

James Clear
Thanks for reading, I hope you found some great value within this week’s edition. If so, please pass on a recommendation to your friends. If not, then please give me feedback on what more you would like to see. See you next time, Adam.
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