The Power List

I mentioned The Power List in a previous newsletter.

When I wrote that newsletter, The Power List was just a concept and it was up to you to write your own list each day in a notebook.

Then, the other day, Andy Frisella released this to help people using The Power List to stay organized.

The book is expensive, but don’t let that stop you from using the powerful tool that is The Power List.

I personally bought the book, but you don’t have to, to use The Power List framework.

You can pick up a notebook from your local dollar store and go to work.

Don’t let the price of the book be an excuse.

I highly recommend The Power List framework.

And just to clarify — I’m not compensated in ANY way to say this.

I personally use The Power List.



It works.

I love it.

THAT’s why I recommend it.

Once you’ve implemented it, reach out and let me know how it goes.

All the best,

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