6 High Performance Habits To Level Up Your Life With Brendon Burchard

Brendon Burchard is a top motivational speaker, best-selling author, and high-performance executive coach. He is also the star of the number one self-help series on Youtube, “The Brendon Show.” His online courses have been completed by over 2,000,000 students and Oprah named him “one of the most successful online trainers in history.” Success Magazine also named him “one of the top 25 most influential leaders in personal growth and achievement.”

His latest book, High Performance Habits, was written after conducting one of the largest studies ever to understand more about elite performers. Here are the six traits of higher performers that you can learn implement in your life to become extraordinary. 

Generate Energy

It’s no surprise that top performers are able to generate energy when they need it. Whether it’s Tony Robbins going 18 hours straight or Elon Musk working 20 hour days. High performers are able to generate energy when they need it most.

In your own life, you can generate more energy by focusing on your health, exercise, and morning routine habits. Energy is critical to high performance. You can master all the other high-performance habits but without energy, you won’t feel good.

Seek Clarity

High performers always seek clarity so they stay can stay engaged, grow, and create a fulfilling career. In his studies, they found that these high performers are more clear on who they are, what they want, and how to get it.

Spend time in your own life gaining clarity to make sure you are creating the life you want, the more clear the better. Use a journal as part of your morning routine to write down your goals, dreams, and ambitions to gain clarity in your life. 

Raise Necessity

Higher performers aren’t afraid to share their goals with themselves and the world. They confidently affirm their goals and speak them into existence on a regular basis. They are 100% clear on their why.

Underperformers are less clear, doubtful, and lack confidence in their why. Start expecting more from yourself and raise your necessity levels to start reaching your goals faster. Learn to make your should a must.  

Increase Productivity

Brendon found that top performers are consistently measuring the major areas of their lives. Work and life balance means a ton and makes them more productive and focused throughout the day. One of the best ways to become productive is to take mental and physical breaks ever 45-60 minutes. This will help you feel more creative, energized, and effective for your life at work and at home.

Develop Influence

Highly successful people are able to get people to believe in their ideas, business or themselves. While many of the other habits are internal, developing influence takes external confirmation. The one habit they do differently is that they ask people, coworkers, and friends for feedback. Ask and you shall receive is critical in developing influence and impacting others.  

Demonstrate Courage

“No matter how small you start, start something that matters.” — Brendon Burchard

High performers are very courageous people. They get scared and feel fear like everyone else but they choose to keep moving forward. High performers build confidence each time they push through the fear until they are fearless. Don’t be afraid of the unknown, welcome it. The more you are outside of your comfort zone the more you will grow and develop.  

Use these six high-performance habits to take your life to the next level. It’s not the thing you do once a year that makes a difference but the rituals and routines you do everyday that shapes success. 

6 High Performance Habits To Level Up Your Life With Brendon Burchard

3 Responses

  1. Motivational Tips

    Now, this is what you call it as real tested and well-proven tips for high performance. Brendon Burchard worked hard to bring these points that are quite effective for me to tackle my problems and issues. I am still working on these tips to seek maximum benefits and hope few more posts like this.


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