How to Be Better at Almost Everything, Pat Flynn
Pat Flynn

How to Be Better at Almost Everything

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Mastering one specific skill set might have been the key to success 20 years ago . . . but being the best at a single thing just doesn’t cut it in today’s global economy.

Think about those people who somehow manage to be amazing at everything they do—the multimillionaire CEO with the bodybuilder physique or the rock star with legions of adoring fans. How do they manage to be so great at life? By acquiring and applying multiple skills to make themselves more valuable to others, they’ve become generalists, able to “stack” their varied skills for a unique competitive edge.

In How to Be Better at Almost Everything, bestselling author, fitness expert, entrepreneur, and professional business coach Pat Flynn shares the secrets to learning (almost) every skill, from marketing and music to relationships and martial arts, teaching how to combine interests to achieve greatness in any field.

Discover how to:

Learn any skill with only an hour of practice a day through repetition and resistance
Package all your passions into a single tool kit for success with skill stacking
Turn those passions into paychecks by transforming yourself into a person of interest

To really get ahead in today’s fast-paced, constantly evolving world, you need a diverse portfolio of hidden talents you can pull from your back pocket at a moment’s notice. The good news? You don’t need to be a genius or a prodigy to get there—you just have to be willing to learn. How to Be Better at Almost Everything will teach you how to make your personal and professional goals a reality, starting today.
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because there’s really no assurance that just because people are free, they’ll make the most of themselves
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You don’t have to be the best in the world to get ahead. You don’t need to be number one to see the limelight, strike it rich, or find meaning in life
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Walk 20–60 minutes per day. Use the following morning-recharge/mobility routine: 2 minutes of jumping rope; 5 minutes of Turkish get-ups; 2 minutes of Hindu push-ups.

DAY 1:

Push, Hinge—5 sets of 3 @ 5 RM.

DAY 2:

Squat, Pull—3 sets of 8 @ 12 RM. Carry: 3 sets × 1 minute.

DAY 3:

Interval running. 10-second sprint; 30-second jog; 1-minute brisk walk. Repeat for 15–20 minutes.

DAY 4:

Push, Hinge—3 sets of 8 @ 12 RM.

DAY 5:

Pull, Squat—5 sets of 3 @ 5 RM. Carry: 3 sets × 1 minute.

DAY 6:

Push, Pull, Hinge, Squat—3 sets x 5 reps @ 7 RM.

DAY 7:

Walking and mobility only.

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