How to Overcome Getting "Rattled"

How to Overcome Getting “Rattled”

Hey, what’s going on?

Logan here,

I was in Vegas a couple weeks back really diving deep with an awesome client. And one of the topics he brought up was how easy it can be to backslide when life gets in the way.

He said, “Logan, I just get rattled sometimes. And it’s not even related to emergency situations. Something from the work front that I wasn’t expecting or something on the family front pops up suddenly, and it puts me in reactionary mode. Everything I intended to do that week gets put on the back burner.”

This is something a lot of my clients deal with.

They’re high performers with a mile-long list of responsibilities and obligations on their plate. These guys really want to put their health first and take care of themselves.

They want to get their energy back.

They want to feel like a million bucks.

They want to look like a million bucks. 

But it can seem impossible when so many things keep getting thrown on their plate and their intentions just keep getting pushed to the side.

If you’ve experienced this, I get it. I have a very powerful way to overcome this. If you ever find yourself getting rattled from the week, and all your intentions of taking care of yourself fall by the wayside, here’s what you do:

The Sunday Strategy. 

It’s not limited to only Sundays, but the name is much catchier like that, right? Anytime before the beginning of your week happens is totally fine.

All you have to do is make sure you have a good game plan for the following week. You probably already have standing meetings. You probably have things that can’t be moved. You probably have a lot of people who want your attention.

So take at least an hour to slow down for a second before the next week starts and create a solid game plan for yourself. You’ll be able to mitigate the chaos that comes your way throughout the week and stand by your non-negotiables.

I’d like to clarify what I mean by non-negotiables—

-Taking care of yourself

-Getting the morning routine in

-Or any other healthy habits that make you feel better


Yes, there will be other things coming at you, but at least you’ll be in control with a game plan. You’ll stop being in this out-of-control, flying by the seat of your pants, on the whim of everything state.

It’s simple but effective. I’ve found it’s the simple things that get forgotten the fastest with the type of lifestyle my guys have.

Are you a high-performing busy guy over 40? 

Are you to the point where you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired? 

Are you ready to get more energy, enthusiasm, and better physical health?

You can do all that without sacrificing your productivity. Getting back to the guy you saw in the mirror in your early 20s is attainable.

If any of this hits home and you’d like your own personalized game plan to follow that takes out the guesswork and allows you to get back your younger self and get to your goals faster without getting rattled?

>>Go here to find out how

Don’t let everybody else control what’s going on in your world. 

Let go of getting rattled so you can get to your goals much faster. You’ve got this.

That’s all I’ve got for now.

Always in your corner,


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About the Author Logan Henry