– proven throughout industries –

THE SECRET TO MASTERING ALL OF LIFE

USE RIDICULOUSLY SIMPLE TOOL FOR SUPERIOR RESULTS

“If a world-class mentor guided you every step of the way, could you succeed?”

  A word from the founder

“How could I live these enlightening virtues every day?”

This question popped into my mind while reading The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari book by Robin Sharma. Staring at pages full of notes in my hands I realised I no longer will be able to continue the old ways. “How? How? How?”

The very first ideal day blueprint was born in a peaceful ashram in India, 2014. A simple checklist designed around virtues of the enlightening living. Created and re-created over time. Crafted around the wisdom of the world’s greatest masters. Shaped through dynamic personal experiences.

For years I’ve studied self-help and life mastery materials. While a transformational journey, it was also a road full of mentally exhausting challenges. Those painfully overwhelming periods when I felt frozen from information overload are still alive in my memories.

Today I’m no longer stressed as used to be. Rarely now I suffer from distractions or a lack of focus. I know exactly who I am and where I want to go. Each day brings into a discovery of a deeper purpose. Life—at last—feels in control.

The checklists, a simple yet profound tool, changed how I go about my ways forever. And it taught me that a lifestyle of 80%+ ideal days is not a dream but a possible reality.

If you struggle to put your life together I hope you give the checklists a chance to serve you.

Because they work.

Without fail.

Research & Stats

Information age. Information overload [1].

  • We’re bombarded by the equivalent of 174 newspapers of data a day [2].
  • The human brain is loaded daily with 34 GB of information [3].
  • People consume more media than ever—but growth is slowing [4].
  • 80% get headaches, insomnia, eye twitches from info overload [5].
  • Other side effects: stress, anxiety, procrastination, poor decision-making, lack of concentration and attention, diminished productivity, low mood or energy. And more [6].

Thought pollution. The rebellious mind.

A study by NASA shows that 98% of us are born with genius minds, ready for a bright and creative future [7]. Yet, 76% of us will live through the final hours in suffering from deep regrets [8].

No one knows for sure why we fail at life. Countless reasons. But it’s no longer a secret that a human mind has the unmatchable power to make or break us.

According to some studies the average person has 12,000-80,000 thoughts a day. Of those, 80% are negative and 95% are the same repetitive thoughts as the day before [9].

If this is a case, we shouldn’t be surprised why failure rates in every area—personal, relationships, sports, business—are so high.
Can we teach our rebellious minds to dance a "beautiful tango" together? Or will we let it continue to play with its own wild "freestyle moves"?

The Solution

“Here, then, is our situation at the start of the twenty-first century: we have accumulated stupendous know-how. We have put it in the hands of some of the most highly trained, highly skilled, and hardworking people in our society. And with it, they have accomplished extraordinary things.

Nonetheless, that know-how is often unmanageable. Avoidable failures are common and persistent, not to mention demoralizing and frustrating, across many fields—from medicine to finance, business to government. And the reason is increasingly evident: the volume and complexity of what we know have exceeded our individual ability to deliver its benefits correctly, safely, or reliably.

Knowledge has both saved us and burdened us. That means we need a different strategy for overcoming failure, one that builds on experience and takes advantage of the knowledge people have but somehow also makes up for our human inadequacies.

And there is such a strategy—though it will seem almost ridiculous in its simplicity, maybe even crazy to those of us who have spent years carefully developing ever more advanced skills and technologies.

It is a checklist.” 

-- Atul Gawande, Checklist Manifesto

Checklists Studies [10]

  • A study in 2009-2012: deaths in eight hospitals decreased by 47%.
  • The infections rate at John Hopkins Hospital fell from 11% to 0%.
  • The 18 months Keystone Initiative’s checklists study saved over 1,500 lives and an estimated $175mln.
  • When checklists were introduced following a deadly airplane crash on October 30, 1935, it changed the future of aviation forever.
  • Wall-Mart used checklists to successfully deal with a national disaster, a Hurricane Katrina, in 2005.
  • The major advance in the construction industry has been due to its perfection of tracking checklist items and communication.
  • When checklists were introduced following a deadly airplane crash on October 30, 1935, it changed the future of aviation forever.
  • Wall-Mart used checklists to successfully deal with a national disaster, a Hurricane Katrina, in 2005.
  • The major advance in the construction industry has been due to its perfection of tracking checklist items and communication.
We have an opportunity before us, not just in medicine but in virtually any endeavour. Even the most expert among us can gain from searching out the patterns of mistakes and failures and putting a few checks in place. But will we do it? Are we ready to grab onto the idea? It is far from clear.
–Atul Gawande
Checklist Manifesto

Checklist Systems in Life

How checklists can be used to help us better manage our lives

  • Ideal day rituals
  • Self-reflection questions
  • Character mastery dailies
  • Reality mastery checks
  • Lifetime project planners
  • Wealthy money management
  • Track and review your journey

Benefits

Create lasting habits
Ask meaningful questions
Mindfully manage daily activities
Avoid stress & feeling overwhelmed

Remain disciplined and focused
Experience a sense of freedom
Keep yourself accountable

Work out your finances
Take control of all areas in life
Master the dance with your mind

 A call to all Freedom Fighters, Peaceful Rebels, and Brave-Brave Souls

Isn’t it pity.

Today we have easy access to world-class mentors to help us advance in anything we want. Yet, for some reasons, we still live in lack.

Our minds have the power to fly us to the moon. But what's the use of it if our knowledge is not applied in practice? There’s nothing worse than knowing you can have an extraordinary life, yet be unable to bring this experience into a reality.

The information overload problem is undeniable. The fact there’s so much suffering in the world could support the studies that our thoughts are, indeed, polluted.

We all want to create better lives for ourselves and our people. We will fight for our rights and freedom. We’ll seek for ways into the fulfilling days. We may even make an attempt and build a legacy to leave behind us. Will we succeed?

So much to do, to be in life, and to experience! We better not to waste a minute of it. But a clock is ticking, and time is not on our side. Time is running out. Why waste it?

Why try to re-invent a wheel? Why take a risk to fail? Would it not be smarter to “team-up” with the greatest instead, and borrow their “recipes" for success?

Study the masters, find out their ingredients. Create a checklist. OWN it. Follow through. Feel as if world-class mentors are guiding you every step of the way. Never stop. Never give up. Allow change. And watch the magic happen.

Just think about it:

If it has the power to save lives, to get the airplanes off the ground, and all industries benefit from using it, then why shouldn’t we give the checklists a chance to help manage our lives?

Don't live off the checklists but USE them to help stay focused. Until you master your new ways and will no longer need them.
Don't live off the checklists but USE them to help stay focused. Until you master your new ways and will no longer need them.

Regular daily actions become habits. Meaningful questions can only guide into meaningful insights. No one will bring over the answer to important questions that matter to us. No one will do all the work for us. It is our own responsibility to master the dance with our minds, and create a lifestyle of our ideal days.

Or risk spending the final hours in suffering from deep regrets.

A clock is ticking. And we don't have another 100 years to give. You can try succeeding in all areas of your life by following a long, overwhelming way. Or you can take a shortcut and do it the smart way.

Which way is it going to be?

Break out from Lack together?

We don’t have to take the road so many choose to blindly follow.
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