Why Deleting Social Media Will Change Your Life (+4 Practical Tips)

Mitch Gonsalves

President & CEO at Executive Advantage
January 22, 2021
15
min read

If you observe any insanely successful person,

The ‘GOATs’...

What do you think makes them produce massive results?

What makes them so great?

How do they achieve so much?

After obsessing over these questions for years, I found it

But after watching the Michael Jordan documentary “The Last Dance” -- it just solidified my findings (and if you haven’t watched it yet, I highly recommend it).

But here’s the thing…

When Jordan was a rookie, his teammates would pile up in a Hotel Room and do drugs, order prostitutes… and indulge in a bunch of crazy activities…

And one time he knocked on the door and saw this happening, then guess what?

He shut the door and walked back to his room to get quality rest, so he could be up for 4AM to train before anyone else -- and never knocked again.

That is SELF-DISCIPLINE.

But that's just the tip of the ice berg...

This is one of, if not THE TOP TRAIT of insanely successful people.

But what’s this got to do with deleting your Social Media?

Well, the very ACT of deleting and resisting impulses of scrolling Social Media IS SELF-DISCIPLINE -- and it will change your life more than you can possibly imagine.

And it’s precisely why I haven’t recorded a new YouTube video for the past 4 Weeks -- and why I deleted my Social Media’s for over 8 Months now…

Here’s What We Cover:

1. The Internet Blackhole That’s Sucking Your Time & How To Get Out Of It

2. How Deleting Social Media Builds Self-Discipline & Why It Will Help You Achieve LONG-TERM Freedom & Success

3. Transferring Regained Energy & Focus Into Your Business to Achieve Massive Results

4. Four Practical Tips You Can Implement To Enhance The Quality of Your Life & Performance

It’s funny how I’m USING Social Media to tell you to NOT use Social Media, but by watching the Video you’ll see the EXACT reason for my Counter-Intuitive approach.

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