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What would you do with an extra 90 minutes every day?

***UDPATE: Coffee and bagels will be served!***

90 minutes free from email and phone calls!

What would you do with 90 extra minutes in your day, free from email and phone calls? What would you do if you were up before your inbox got up? Let's find out together. 

Do you wake up to an inbox that's bursting with distractions?

It's hard to start your day on the right foot when others have started your day for you. Waking up late puts you at a disadvantage, as you find yourself catching up to what's already happening in the rest of the world. 

Not this time. Let's get ahead of the day.

Join us Monday, November 7th as we talk about our priorities, identify what is holding us back, and chart out a plan for doing this week differently.

Get up early. Focus on your stuff.

We start at 7:30 AM sharp. For some, this is a normal part of a daily routine. For others, unthinkably early. Either way, committing to getting up and at ‘em before the hustle and bustle of the day begins is a critical part of getting a head start. If you’re not used to getting up this early, treat this as an experiment. Get to bed extra early the night before so you’re well-rested, and commit to arriving at 7:30 AM sharp!

This is an experiment to see how we can help each other. Our aim won’t be to solve all the problems of the world, but instead to focus on finding ways to generate momentum towards a path to stabilization. If things go well, we can make this a regular thing!

With great autonomy comes great responsibility. Don’t let your freedom control you. Seize the opportunity to focus and get the most out of your time.

"Energy Crisis"
As my resources get depleted and nothing gets completed
My attention is spent on things that don’t need it
See the problem is the robbin’ of my time
Is so common that it’s not even thought of as a crime
Try to find just an hour that I can call mine

-Josh Martinez

See you in the morning!

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