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Simpleology 5.9 – My Thoughts On The Productivity System

I have recently enrolled in Simpleology 5.9 as an Elite member and I thought I’d share my experience and thoughts.

Background to my experience with Simpleology

Back in the days before my health problems overwhelmed me, I used to be a big fan of Mark Joyner (the founder), Simpleology (the self management system) and the training products, mainly various kinds of marketing and persuasion.

I was also quite a good affiliate, since I was happy to recommend the products I liked. sadly the affiliate system changed at around the time I was at my weakest and I lost touch with what Mark was doing.

In fact, my account seems to have been lost in the process but, strangely I still had the account for my dog! hey, how else was I supposed to test what happened in the affiliate journey.

I received an email encouraging me to upgrade to Simpleology 5.9 and I did. More, I took the option to try the Elite program for free although I rejected the next upsell. Perhaps a mistake in hindsight as it was a very tempting offer.

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Why did I bother with Elite?

Well my health is much better than it was but I still have major problems with fatigue, partly as a direct symptom of my auto-immune disease and partly because I’m unable to lie in bed with pain levels building up. When I stir and wake-up, I have to get out of bed and wait for 60 minutes or so for the pain to ease enough for me to go back to sleep. When it’s bad, this happens every 45 to 60 minutes.

So anyway, I am fully operational in the mornings but wasted in the afternoons. I need to get the most out of the time I’ve got for my business and my fitness work. After several years of effort, I’ve built up my stamina to respectable levels as part of an NHS trial into fatigue for my disease. The problem is…use it or lose it.

My time is precious and I’m betting Simpleology will help to keep me much more focused.

What do you get with Simpleology Elite?

I’m very much still learning the system but I’m having my hand held by the short videos that take you through the process step by step.

The words are a bit funny…like Dream Catcher for your thoughts about what to do. You soon get used to it and it’s less stylised than it used to be. It also has training that is graduated through a coloured belt system (like judo). You start off practising the system to earn your white belt and then advance.

I’ll come back to the basic Simpleology system but first I want to cover the other things in Elite.

First, I’m reunited with the old training programs. Not them all but many of them including The Irresistible Offer, The Great Formula, The 7 Day Business Turnaround Kit (well the core of it although the bonuses have been stripped away), the Simpleology 101,102, 103, 201, 202 and 203 programs about helping you to master your time, energy and money.

But they are tucked away in a corner.

You see, the main training has been updated with daily programs to make sure you don’t just learn but you also implement.

These are split into:

  • Productivity
  • Wealth
  • Business Growth
  • High Energy
  • Grit
  • Leadership

I’ve started with Productivity and, now that I’m having to focus how I use my time (thanks to the Simpleology system), I’m not going to allow the others to distract or overwhelm me, no matter how tempted I am to dive into the business growth training or even the high energy or grit options.

What I Think So Far

The productivity system is helping me to focus. I’m much less likely to spend time on spur-of-the-moment whims. These are captured in the Dream Catcher and then reviewed in the Start of the Day process where you’re encouraged to dump them if they are not important, do them today, or schedule them using Google Calendar or defer them.

I have to say, I like the idea of using Google calendar. I’ve believed for a long time in time blocking to keep yourself focused but I’ve never extended the idea. At the moment, I’m effectively making an appointment with myself to do a particular task in a time slot on a particular day.

I’m going to share much more as my experience grows and I’ll have to decide if I want to extend beyond the trial period or drop down a level. I don’t know how that will go at the moment.

I do know the price is small compared to what I can get out of it if it keeps me planning my time ahead of schedule and on-track during the day.

Have You Tried Simpleology?

If you’ve tried it in the past and you still get the emails, you might want to do what I’ve done and upgrade.

Alternatively you might like to enrol on the free trial.

Simpleology: A Daily Ritual That Turns Your On Switch To Go (affiliate link)

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