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90 minute jam session

The 90 minute Jam Session is the key to incredible productivity. How can you do more of your most vital priorities? Also, can these 90 minute jam sessions help you level up? Not to mention, it helps you outperform the average competitor and increase your income.

This simple technique will help you be more effective with your work, family, and other activities. I’m going to show you how to become incredibly productive while eliminating the things that hold you back. You will identify your most vital functions.

The busy myth

Being busy is a myth. For example, you don’t have to do everything. You don’t have to be “Busy”. Hustle is a form of laziness. In fact, the rush prevents you from working on your most valuable priorities. People wear hustle like a badge of honor. Don’t be busy, be effective.

insane productivity

I learned how to be incredibly productive from Darren Hardy’s Insane Productivity Program. I invested in this program and in 90 days my productivity tripled. I became the sales leader in the last quarter of 2017. I got more done in less time, and I also learned how to delegate, defer, and eliminate items from my daily routine.

In addition to being more effective in sales, I was able to eliminate social media distractions, stop interruptions, and free myself from “multitasking.” Also, I was able to increase my skills in sales and marketing. The 90-minute Jam session helped me focus on my most vital priorities (MVPs) for the day. This technique was the breakthrough I needed to get to the next level.

The challenge

If you understand the Pomodoro Technique (work in intervals followed by short breaks). The 90 minutes are derived from that. Here is the challenge. Over the next 5 days, I challenge you to put the 90 minute Jam Session to the test. Implement the steps below.

Your 90 Minute Jam Session

Step One: Pick Your Most Vital Priority (MVP)

Commit to spending at least 3 hours a day on your most vital priority. You will divide it into 90-minute work intervals. Your MVP is the most important task you have that day. For example, my MVP is closing sales. I focus my time on closing deals.

First, you don’t have 10 priorities. If you have more than three priorities, then you don’t have any. Pick your top three, then out of those three, pick your number one. Remember that this is the most important task of the day. This task trumps everything else. Those who spend time on their most vital skills destroy their competition.

Athletes spend countless hours improving their craft. Artists are constantly practicing their fundamentals. They spend time on their MVPs.

“If you have more than 3 priorities then you don’t have any” -Jim Collins

Step Two: Schedule Your 90 Minute Jam Sessions

Schedule your jam sessions. Write it down… make it happen. Also, get a timer. Put it on for 90 minutes and get to work. Only work on one task during those 90 minutes. Don’t multitask. Your mind can only do one cognitive function at a time.

In fact, you will enter a zone. At first, ninety minutes can seem like an eternity. You’ll look at the timer and it’s only been 20 minutes. Keep going, your focus will intensify and you’ll be amazed at how much work you can get done in that 90 minute session.

Step Three: Close the Windows

This is the most important key to your 90 minute Jam Session. You must close the windows at all costs. When you’re in a zone and get distracted, studies show it takes 25 minutes to get back in the zone. You just lost 25 minutes of productivity due to distractions.

Closing the windows means you are fighting the Weapons of Mass Distraction:

  • 1. Phone calls (unless it’s your MVP)

  • 2.Text messages

  • 3. Notifications

  • 4. Social networks

  • 5. Email

  • 6. television

  • 7 children

  • 8. Coworkers

  • 9. Anything that distracts you from your MVP

Therefore, these weapons of mass destruction are so prevalent that people accept them as normal. Normal equals average and if you want to be average then stop reading this article.

When you enter your jam session. Turn off your notifications. Put a “do not disturb” sign on your door. Just work with one or two tabs open on your computer. Do not check your email or social networks. Let those around you know that this is your sacred time.


After the 90 minutes are up. Take a break. Update. Disconnect from your work. Go for a walk, jog, do push-ups, or drink some water. Give your mind a break. Then it goes back to focus mode.

why it works

When you focus on your MVP with a planned strategy, you become incredibly productive. Plus, your bottom line will increase. Instead of doing 10 things right, you can focus on the 1-3 vital functions that help you succeed. Again, I challenge you to try this for the next 5 days.

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