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Episode 22: Dan Luca: The 5AM Revolution – Why High Achievers Wake Up Early and How You Can Do It, Too

Joining me today is lifestyle entrepreneur, productivity coach, and bestselling author, Dan Luca. Dan is a productivity expert and a 5 AM wakeup artist. He helps people create a lifestyle that balances family, health, hobbies, spirituality and business so they can live their best life possible. He has created two online programs, the 5 AM Productivity Coaching For Entrepreneurs, and the 5 AM Online Club for More Than 1,000 Early Risers. Dan publishes strategies as systems that he has tested on thousands of his on blog,

Thanks to his extensive hands-on experience, he can vouch for his methods without blinking an eye. He’s also the author of three Amazon bestsellers, The 5 AM Revolution, The Dream Life Blueprint, and Productivity Superhero: Become the Most Organized and Disciplined Person You Know. In today’s episode we talk all about how he built his business, the importance of self- care, and how to implement the ever coveted 5 AM wakeup ritual and build your life around it.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Taking both the professional and personal and combining them to help give your clients the best life possible.
  • How Dan implemented the 5 AM wakeup ritual and built his life around it.
  • The challenges of transitioning towards waking up early in the morning, and reassess.
  • The importance of taking smaller steps towards change, rather than big leaps.
  • How increased productivity can benefit and improve your quality of life.
  • The four intelligences, and how to create habits to implement them right when you wake up.
  • What it actually means to have clarity when it comes to strategic life planning.
  • How to find fulfillment in your life by living out your values each day.
  • Why lifestyle design is about finding the most important milestone in your life and livingtowards it each day.
  • Dan’s favorite book and the advice he would give his 20-year-old self.
  • Why taking responsibility of the outcome is more important than the decision itself.
  • And much more! 

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