How to get good at anything fast. That's the topic of today's episode. I'm not a huge believer of luck and that's why I prefer creating and using actionable systems for most of the important things in my life. And this is a huge one. How do you learn fast? How do you achieve results fast? How do you become disciplined and get in the habit of kicking *ss? Here are my major points on that question: 1) Become crystal clear on what you want to achieve. What does success look like to you in that particular field? 2) Break down the major goal down to pieces. What are the 1 or 2 major actions that you need to be focusing on in order to achieve the result you are after? Use the Pareto principle - 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. 3) Find a teacher/mentor who will teach you the basics and will save you a ton of time. 4) Stop focusing on dumb sh*t! Use a system like Asana, a journal, or something else that will constantly remind you of the 1 or 2 key actions that you need to be focusing on. Everything else is a distraction. 5) Keep yourself accountable by sharing your progress with the world. I do this by sharing all of my top actions at the end of the week on Instagram. I highly recommend you start doing something similar too. It's a game changer! EPISODE NOTES: Asana - www.asana.com 0.1% by Simeon Ivanov - https://amzn.to/2HrPkaB SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW FOR MORE AMAZING STUFF - it's free ;) https://linktr.ee/simeonivanov --- SIMEON IVANOV is an entrepreneur, author of 0.1%, host of The 0.1% Podcast & YouTube Show, and ex-professional formula racing driver. After graduating, he started a medical company with his brother, growing it from zero to a $15M business in just five years. After selling the business, Simeon moved to the United States with the goal of attempting to write the most valuable book that was ever written. Simeon’s name was on the list of the “World’s Top 100 Most Popular Racing Drivers” in Driver Database 2007 classification. He was awarded the “Best Racing Driver of The Year” twice in the two years he raced in his country. He won the South-East European Karting Championship twice in two attempts in his first and second racing seasons. He raced in Formula Renault 2.0 and tested in the World Series Formula Renault 3.5 in 2007, which made him one of the very few racing drivers to reach a step below F1 in just a five-year racing career. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his family.