Hugh Jackman on Best Decisions, Daily Routines, The 85% Rule, Favorite Exercises, Mind Training and more (The Tim Ferriss Show)

Hugh Jackman on Best Decisions, Daily Routines, The 85% Rule, Favorite Exercises, Mind Training and more (The Tim Ferriss Show)

🎩 Why did this podcast resonate with me?

I think this has been one of my favorite podcast from the Tim Ferriss show, specially because it made me change my mind about actors and their day to day lives. Sometimes, we think that actors are blessed human beings who are being gifted with money without a lot of effort, this podcast made me think otherwise.

🎙 Who should listen to this podcast

Everyone who is interested in creating good habits, specifically someone who is trying to understand how high-performers apply them to their day to day life. Furthermore, people who is interested in pursuing an acting career and don't know how to start, could feel really encouraged by listening to this episode.

🕹 Main highlights and ideas

How to include manifestations into your journaling

We all have been listening to the importance of journaling and manifestations, but not together, and what Hugh Jackman says he does is that, he journals what his day is going to be in past, so that he manifests what he wants to achieve on each activity. Afterwards, he grades how the day really went relative to that manifestations.

Importance of taking time upfront to stay with people close to you

Sometimes, we think we will have time to spend with family and friends late in the day, but some days it is just impossible to make the time. Therefore, Hugh remarks the relevance of choosing to spend time with the loved ones first thing in the morning.

The 85% rule

Even though this rule was known for me in a sense by the phrase I listened to once: "approach things sincerely rather than seriously", it is good to bear that in mind reformulated with the 85% rule, which actually stands for how we could increase our overall performance by giving that 15% which is missing to enjoyment and well-being.

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