Episode 44||44||44: How to Upgrade Your 5, a Call with One of YOU (Jeff Nigh)

Are you struggling to upgrade your five?

A lot of us understand why we need to upgrade our five, but we don’t understand how.

Today we’re talking to one of you, Jeff Nigh, about the consistent daily actions that make every other part of upgrading your five easier or unnecessary.

The ONE thing to takeaway from this episode


If you want to upgrade your five and you don't know how, this is a great place to start.
  • Step 1: Ask yourself the question, "Where do I need help most right now?" Consider The Seven Circles - spiritual, physical health, personal life, relationships, job, business, and finance - and pick just one.
  • Step 2: Get clear about who you need to meet. Describe the person who can best guide you in the area that you identified in step one, in just one sentence.
  • Step 3: Set a goal of sharing that sentence with someone at least once a day. Hold yourself accountable by downloading our free 66-day calendar and starting a 66-Day Challenge.
||If you want to upgrade your five and you don't know how, this is a great place to start.
  • Step 1: Ask yourself the question, "Where do I need help most right now?" Consider The Seven Circles - spiritual, physical health, personal life, relationships, job, business, and finance - and pick just one.
  • Step 2: Get clear about who you need to meet. Describe the person who can best guide you in the area that you identified in step one, in just one sentence.
  • Step 3: Set a goal of sharing that sentence with someone at least once a day. Hold yourself accountable by downloading our free 66-day calendar and starting a 66-Day Challenge.
||If you want to upgrade your five and you don't know how, this is a great place to start.
  • Step 1: Ask yourself the question, "Where do I need help most right now?" Consider The Seven Circles - spiritual, physical health, personal life, relationships, job, business, and finance - and pick just one.
  • Step 2: Get clear about who you need to meet. Describe the person who can best guide you in the area that you identified in step one, in just one sentence.
  • Step 3: Set a goal of sharing that sentence with someone at least once a day. Hold yourself accountable by downloading our free 66-day calendar and starting a 66-Day Challenge.