Mario G. Cesario has been creating his future since 2010, starting with a small martial arts studio of ten students growing it into five businesses serving thousands of customers and counting with revenues in the seven figures. He is a big thinker, inspired dreamer, and serial entrepreneur who is excited to start new ventures, generate new jobs, and develop and mentor future leaders and business owners. He creatively explores the ultimate potential when studying and seizing an opportunity.
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When I become a productivity expert, I had no idea I'd have to learn about psychology too! But I did! Productivity and psychology go together like pepperoni and pizza and cake on your birthday. It's just the way it is.
If you want to be a more productive version of yourself, it's important that you intentionally set yourself up to be so.
Here are FIVE BIG ideas for doing that.
No. 1 SLEEP
How much sleep are you getting every night?
Experts recommend 7-9 hours. Yes, in a row!
If you want your mind to be completely blown, I highly recommend Arianna Huffington's book, The Sleep Revolution.
I know you might think you can get by on less than the recommended 7 to 9 hours sleep but the experts are saying that's not true. Your body works very hard when you're sleeping.
Setting yourself up for success starts before you even go to bed. What do I mean by that?
What does your bedtime routine look like?
Everybody talks about a morning routine but what's your bedtime routine? Do you even have one? How do you transition from your day to going to sleep?
Arianna Huffington recommends cutting off screen time at least 60 minutes before you go to bed (read a print book or a magazine), making your room cool and...
Meditation. After hearing for months (years?) about how awesome mediating was, I finally caved and tried it. So...did I like it? Did I stick with it? Do I recommend you meditate? The answer is YES!
In this episode, I’m going to be discussing work/life balance, what it means and how it affects your productivity.
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The human body is composed of approximately 60% of water. It would seem to me that we should drink mostly water. In this episode, I tell you why and I give you some suggestions to do it.
Dianna Booher is the author of 48 books, published in 60 foreign-language editions. None are self-published. These are published with the majors: Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins. She helps organizations communicate clearly and individuals to increase their influence through a strong executive presence. National media such as Good Morning America, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, USA Today, Bloomberg, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Entrepreneur frequently interview her for opinions on workplace communication.
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Productivity at work can be a challenge. In this episode, I talk about how to deal with the dreaded "got 5 minutes?" question as well as give some other tips for being productive at work.
Mark Metry interviews billionaires, New York Times bestselling authors and legendary world class human beings on his podcast but once a upon a time he couldn't make direct eye contact with anyone and suffered from social anxiety from not living the life he was strategically designed to live. Mark spends his time as a 21-year-old trying to impact & influence others by evolving himself. The same way he was impacted and empowered by others to upgrade to the next version of himself...version 2.0.
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In this clip from a presentation I gave, I talk about why people aren't more productive, the key to productivity and what the biggest barrier to productivity is.