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Hey mom, people think you’re smarter on YouTube if you wear some glasses, right? I know I can do anything I set my mind on. Yes, I know I’m the most special person in the world. Yes, guys, I have my challenge cut out for me today because talking about planning productivity, goal setting can be a lot like watching paint dry. I mean it’s just flat out dry. It’s dry topic, but stay with me here in this video because I promise by the end of it, you’re not going to have a system for time management and achieve your goals and be productive. You’re going to have a system of thinking and that is the real benefit of what we’re talking about today, which is Tony Robbins, RPM method reps per minute rounds per minute. Rapid planning method is what it really stands for and in this video I’m going to bust out this big fat journal right here and actually walk through this method with you.
I’m not just going to explain it, I’m going to do it with you. We’ll show you some personal examples for me so that you can use it in your own life and I’ll give you some abstract ones as well that you can use this with. I’ve been following Tony Robbins for the better half of a decade now. I got into him when I was probably 18 years old and 28 now. So, uh, yeah, I’m very familiar with his work in this planning method stuck with me. It’s all about not just managing your hours because everybody has 24 hours in the day. You have 24 hours in the day. Bill Gates has 24 hours in the day. Bill Gates gets more done than us. Yeah, he has staffs of like five receptionist planning his day in five minute increments, but still there’s a plan. There’s a method to the madness and if we can model it, like Tony says, he, you know, he says modeling the great success leaves clues, all that stuff you’ve probably heard before.
Then we can get similar results in our life. And I love two more points that I’ll talk to you about to hopefully just like instill this, how important it is to plan before we actually dive into this method. And you can see if you want to use it for yourself, is that failing to prepare is preparing to fail. That’s something my swim coach said in high school and he’s like, Clark, if you, if you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail. And I’m like, okay, but if I’m preparing to fail, aren’t I still preparing? And we got in a big thing anyway. If you don’t have a plan, here’s what happens. We ended up just kind of winging it and we do a lot of unimportant stuff. So a perfect example of this is this YouTube channel. Okay, closer to you develop more trust. It hurts me at my core guys with this YouTube channel, how much wasted time I have, I’m behind it.
I focused on a lot of things that didn’t matter. I focused on, you know, researching or outlining the perfect script or redoing takes or outsourcing to editors. And at one time I had like a team of seven or nine people and it just became this convoluted mess that I thought was going to be easy, but it was actually hard because what’s the heartbeat of this business? It’s pressing them big red button right there and filming content that changes lives, or at least I hope to in some way, big or small. That is the heartbeat of it. That’s an example right now of the most important result, which is what RPM stands for. Results, purpose, map. Okay. And I’ll get to a map. That’s the most important part right there. That’s actually how you do it. And again, I’ll show you this. The results I want is right here.
So why do we overcomplicate things with a team like I had of seven or nine people, you know? And it just became so convoluted. So sometimes we can over plan and we say, well Clark, you know, I’m really regimented. Look at my schedule that has like 50 things on here. It’s 15 minute increments. And I’m like, dude, you can over plan the wrong stuff. And that at the core is why this method is so cool is because you can plan…