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My IFH Daily Routine & How It Can Help You to Your Goal

So many members of the IFH Tribe always ask me on what my daily routine looks like. I decided to not only share my daily routine but also give you tips on how to create your own daily routine. I found that once I created this routine my life started to change. I wanted to share with you what I do every day to make Indie Film Hustle and IFHTV going and growing.

  • 4:30 am – Wake up and get ready for the day
  • 4:45 am – Drink my protein shake and drink water
  • 5:00 am – Hit the Gym for 1-2 hours of working out (most days just one hour)
  • 6:30 am – 8:00 am: Help my wife with the morning routine
  • 8:00 am – 6:00 pm: Start my IFH day
    • Answer Emails
    • Prep for interviews
    • Interviews
    • Write Blogs
    • Create IFHTV Content
    • Social Media Marketing
  • Within the day I set aside 2 hours for meditation (extremely important)
  • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Family Time
  • 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm: TV and Wife Time
  • 9:40 pm – Sleep

Tip: I drink over a gallon of water a day. This helps with so many things I can’t even tell you.

In this episode, I go into great detail on my routine and give you a bunch of tips on how to create a daily routine to help you achieve your dreams.

Thanks again for all the support and happy streaming!

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LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

SPONSORS

  1. Soundstripe.com – Find the Perfect Song for Your Project (DISCOUNT CODE: IFH – 10% discount off of a membership)
  2. BlackBox – Make Passive Income From Your Footage
  3. Rise of the Filmtrepreneur®: How to Turn Your Indie Film into a Moneymaking Business
  4. Rise of the Filmtrepreneur®: FREE AUDIOBOOK
  5. Indie Film Hustle TV (Streaming Real-World Film Education)
  6. Alex Ferrari’s Shooting for the Mob (Based on the Incredible True Filmmaking Story)

REAL-WORLD STREAMING FILM EDUCATION

  1. Indie Film Hustle TV (Streaming Real-World Film Education)
  2. Hollywood Film School: Filmmaking & TV Directing Masterclass
  3. Filmmaker in a Box – Learn How to Make an Indie Film – 18 Hours+ of Lessons 
  4. Storytelling Blueprint: Hero’s Two Journeys
  5. The Dialogue Series: 38 hours of Lessons from Top Hollywood Screenwriters

FILMMAKING RESOURCES

  1. Filmtrepreneur® Podcast
  2. Bulletproof Screenwriting® Podcast
  3. Six Secrets to getting into Film Festivals for FREE!
  4. FreeFilmBook.com (Download Your FREE Filmmaking Audio Book)

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