No Cell Phone – King Of The Road

The ADVENTURE started when I decided to save $60 bucks a month (to invest elsewhere) – and hours of wasted time.

I got rid of my cell phone. I only PRODUCTIVELY used it 2 days a week for coaching calls. Replaced it with Skype that costs me about $7 bucks a month. And the call quality is MUCH HIGHER with Skype.

For some reason about the same time, I started wasting less time on Facebook too. I still check in, but I am laser focused. Read, reply, CLOSE WINDOW. I check my email every 2 or 3 hours ONLY and for some reason – stress level down – income up.

Okay, I’ll admit it…

I’ve missed out on a few pieces of “news” that I would have liked to know about – like my buddy Jacob getting engaged. Congratulations Jacob.

And I’ve also missed out on a ton of “megacrap” too. Most of the friends and family members who just had to call me with BREAKING NEWS – well for the most part it’s non essential crap – crap that I don’t listen to when they call anyway. So…

So I have to ask, what happens when you decide to simplify your life, eliminate a few things you thought were essential (maybe a cell phone – maybe being polite so someone who wants to use your mind for a garbage can) and… FOCUS on what matters?

Let me know – comment below!

Mr Twenty Twenty

PS: My best (MOST PRODUCTIVE AND TRANSFORMING) coaching clients get this. We focus on what to add into their lives (and thinking) and what to let go of too. It’s almost impossible for one to that on their own. Mentors, masterminds, and coaching rules. Do what it takes, eliminate what doesn’t matter, and let’s rock and roll. Your world matters, start living full out in it.

By Twenty Twenty

Mr Twenty Twenty is that guy who legally changed his name to the number of "Perfect Vision". He lives his life, focused on helping people develop the inner resources they need to live their personal visions, while discovering who and what we "really are". If you enjoy his writing, let him know by emailing him at

1 comment

  1. Hey Twenty,

    The easiest way is to leave for one week. When you come back, there’s so much to do, you realize you can’t do it all. For example, all those emails you used to just *had* to read–suddenly drop in their importance.
    We’ve got to realize, if we are going to be putting new and better things into our lives, old and worse things need to leave…


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