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Wowos 5 AM Club (W5C)

Welcome to The Wowos 5 AM CLUB, where your greatest and worst enemy is yourself and where you will meet your future self.

We started Wowos 5 AM Club based on the book of Robin Sharma, the 5 AM Club. The idea of the Wowos 5 AM Club is to get Wowos to: 

 

1.    wake up at 5 AM regularly. This grows your day; 

2.    begin each day feeling strong and centred, and free; 

3.    become dramatically more focused as the day progresses; 

4.    concentrate on optimising their skills for a long and uninterrupted period of time; 

5.    achieve high-quality results, energy, and productivity; 

6.    dominate in their career fields and win; 

7.    promote the flow state; 

8.    become ultra-fit with superior health; 

9.    become outstanding leaders and better people; and 

10. become members and not numbers! 

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Rest

We urge Wowos to rest. Read this article

All change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end. - Robin S Sharma

The Wowos 5 AM Club gave me more hours today. Thank you, @Zibuse, for starting this cohort. I will have to improve on the number of sleep 🌝 hours tonight, but day 1 was successful! I have just finished my walk, and I think I am ready for supper. I need to sleep early tonight! Good evening all! Wonga Ntshinga, Founder

I use an app called 7 Minutes to help me with the exercises; you can also try it, as it guides you through different routines. - Zibuse L Kunene

Just reading that 20:20:20 paragraph got me feeling like I must do 20 push-ups every morning. I have also been waking up at 07:30🤦🏾‍♀️, then jumped straight to emails. I need a change, and I think the 5 AM club will greatly help Dr MaseTshaba.

“You need to remember that your excuses are seducers, your fears are liars, and your doubts are thieves” - Robin Sharma from the book 📖 The 5 AM Club.

May you begin to experience atomic changes in your life as you change how you start your day with exercise, prayer/meditation/reflection, and self-empowerment through learning. - Zibuse L Kunene

In their book, Ikigai, Garcia and Miralles (2017: 83) explain meditation: "The basic practice involves sitting with a straight back and focusing on your breath. Anyone can do it, and you can feel a difference after just one session. By fixing your attention on the air moving in and out of your nose, you can slow the torrent of thoughts and clear your mental horizons.”