A Simple System to Transform Your Health, Wealth, and Relationships Forever

with Eric Partaker

About the Episode

This week’s episode of The Growth Guide Podcast features Eric Partaker who joined us today to talk about his book: The 3 Alarms: A Simple System to Transform Your Health, Wealth, and Relationships Forever. He is a peak performance expert that helps CEOs, entrepreneurs and leaders reach their full potential, become better leaders and build better businesses.

Eric has been named “CEO of the Year” at the 2019 UK Business Excellence Awards, one of the “Top 30 Entrepreneurs in the UK”, 35 and under, by Startups Magazine, and among “Britain’s Most Disruptive Entrepreneurs” by The Telegraph. His work has been featured on over 7 major TV stations, in the Wall Street Journal, and The Economist. He has also appeared as a guest judge on The Apprentice with Lord Alan Sugar. 

Starting the conversation, Eric shares his experience where he faced the wake-up call to realize there are ways he can achieve goals without sacrificing the most important things to him.

Eric emphasizes the importance of choosing identities we want to embody in different areas of our lives and gamifying them by focusing on small, consistent actions that embody the champion version of ourselves. We also discuss his 80-20 rule for improving our lives by changing one thing and sticking with it, and his winning day routines for creating a productive and fulfilling day. Eric also shares how he uses phone alarms to cue his superhero identities and shows how exercise and nutrition are key components to a healthy lifestyle. 

Join us in this episode to learn tips and tricks on how to achieve the best version of yourself without sacrificing your well-being.

Topics Discussed

Wakeup call [5.04]
Eric shares a brief bio about himself and the incident where he realized he could reach his full potential without sacrificing his health and relationships.
80/20 Rule [14.41]
We talk about how the 80/20 rule can be applied for improving anything.
Procrastination [22.05]
Procrastination is a defense mechanism. We talk about how to prevent that kind of negative self-talk from happening.
Three-legged stool [27.25]
Eric explains how he decided to create superhero identities for each domain: health, wealth, and relationships.
Designing your day [35.43]
To have successful days, have a shutdown ritual at night, exercise and be creative in the morning, and focus on single tasking during the workday.
Staying on track [43.28]
Weekly and quarterly reviews for productivity and reflection. Intentional scheduling. Positive effects on achieving goals.
The three alarms [49.50]
How Eric takes out the three identities; health. wealth and relationships according to three alarms every day.

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