How to Set, Track, and Accomplish Multiple Habits Over 100 Days

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Directions: Download the spreadsheet above, review the post, and watch the video below.


Two years ago, I was pounding handles of Jim Beam like water to numb my existence. Despite my $20k in debt, I was blowing my money on material bullshit, and constructing myself a path to a life of super-conformity. I was living by everyone else’s rules.


Today, I am standing on a ledge overlooking a BEAUTIFUL city, debt-free, with an automated e-commerce business that keeps 6 people employed. There are no alarms that wake me up, and no bosses making sure I’m competing my “job” to their standards. I write A LOT. I hike and dance with nature as often as possible, and I often forget what day of the week it is. In addition, I just released a Sweet Ass Journal to help people build their own personal foundation for freedom, just as I have done.


There are many people, resources, and leaps of faith that contributed to my current situation, but despite the incredible energy that has been shared with me, I would have never made it this far without changing my approach to personal habits.


I was always the dude who set unrealistic new year’s resolutions and then replaced them with a nice bottle of scotch a few days into the year. I would consider the nice scotch a win too, but it certainly wasn’t a catalyst for moving me towards a life of freedom or independence. In reality, it was just helping band aid my unfulfilling lifestyle.


In the Sweet Ass Journal, I talk about how I made the transition to my current lifestyle by adopting the habits and strategies of 100+ successful entrepreneurs. I also provide a 100-day trackable journaling system, which includes 10 different simple, daily habits you can implement to strengthen your approach to a life of excitement and blissful exploration.


I’ve had people from all over the world send me testimonials and messages about how much the system is changing their life in a simple, fun, and effective way. I’ve never experienced a high like I get when I know I’ve been able to help someone work towards a better life. Money, drugs, booze, and even extreme sports don’t get close to comparing.  And to think I almost trashed the whole project because of a lack of confidence… 🙂


The journal is the baseline system that I still use to manage my personal foundation for freedom, but it’s not the only system that helps me sharpen my habit muscles.


I soon found I need to be reminded of my habits throughout the day. Constantly opening and closing my journal or just doing the usual morning and evening check in was not enough to keep me on track. I needed something that I could quickly glance at as a reminder.


Many of you can probably remember what you write down as your main focus for the day, but for me… It’s more challenging. I must visually see it, all day, until the action is accomplished. Otherwise, my attention wanders off down rabbit holes of YouTube music videos, future camping plans, or easier side projects of less importance.


In the bonus material that comes with the Sweet Ass Journal, we added a beautiful 100-day checklist grid that you can print and hang on your wall as a reminder to check off the journal completion that day. Personally, I’ve taken this style of practice a little further and created a 100-day tracking system that breaks down the personal habits I am working towards.


For some of you, it may come off way overwhelming… And you might immediately power off the computer and run to the bar.


That’s okay, I get it, but you should at least give it a try. It’s not as overwhelming as it may look.


For others like me, it may make your pee-pee and nipples hard. You might find it sexy and just the tool you need to keep yourself accountable.


I’d be honored to have you make sweet love to my 100-day Sweet Ass Habit Blaster tracking system.


Watch the video below and I’ll show you how it’s done.



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Simple Execution:

  1. Watch the video.
  2. Enter the habits you are working towards.
  3. Print it out (make sure it’s fitting to your page before you print).
  4. Slap it on your wall.
  5. Each morning, review the habits you are working towards, and initial in each check-in box.
  6. Each night, initial in each check-out box and update the % of the 100 days you have completed.
  7. If you aim to complete 80% of the days over the 100 day period, you will be blown away with how much it will change your life. By the end of the 100 days, you’ll be one with your new habits, and then you’ll be able to add new ones and keep expanding.


Let me know if you have any questions in the comments section below, and I’d love to know what habits you are working on.  Feel free to tweak your spreadsheets to your liking, you don’t have to use my exact system! It’s just a framework, and I hope it helps you!




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How to Set, Track, and Accomplish Multiple Habits Over 100 Days

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Just a few years ago I had over $20k personal debt. This was a combination of impulse credit card spending, excessive loans, and bad financial habits. I spent way more than I made, and I usually spent money before I even got paid.


When I hired a coach, we created a game to bring my awareness to what I was spending, and ultimately create a habit for aggressive saving. I’ll show you the game I used to pay that entire amount off in under 2 years in a few moments. It’s fun, liberating, and easy.


Debt is a super dark demon that will enslave you for the entirety of your life if you don’t defeat it. I watch family members, friends, and the majority of the American population get ass-pounded by interest rates, loan stacking, and the want-economy just like I did for most of my life. It’s no fun, even if you are into ass-pounding. It’s a very dark hole that stinks to be in. (Pun possibly intended)


No matter who is in the debt pit, there is only 1 way out.

You have to PULL OUT! To do this, you have to TAKE ACTION. (Pun also possibly intended)


Jokes and pokes aside, if you are reading this, chances are you have some sort of interest in paying off debt or creating savings. Both of these actions will directly result in more freedom for your lifestyle, no matter what situation you are in.


I think the biggest turn-off about financial terms like “paying off debt” and “saving money” is the idea that you can’t have fun or enjoy life anymore. People tend to picture themselves holed up in a dungeon without human contact, licking rice and beans off the floor. They favor spending because they think it’s the only thing that is exciting. It’s great to go slam some beers with friends, experience cultural foods, and rage out to some karaoke at 2am, but it’s also not the only way to have fun.


The common debt perception problem looks like this:
Destroying Debt + Saving Money < Temporary Experiences


People favor temporary experiences over their financial situation. I did it for most of my life! How about you?


It’s easy to go blow money because it feels good and the experiences are cool. But, we often forget that when we remove debt from the equation, we can afford way more experiences. We can actually turn life into one huge incredible experience- a permanent experience.


Let’s re-frame the perception:
Destroying Debt + Saving Money = Permanent Experiences + Freedom


The benefit of paying off debt and building a savings fund far outweighs the benefit of momentary indulgences and entertainments. When you bring your awareness to the ways you are spending money and strengthen your personal habits to defeat the debt gremlin army, you can then use the money to continuously invest in your freedom empire.


Once you are free from the evil debt gremlin force, you can then indulge in the experiences of your dreams, all while knowing you can afford it.


You know that feeling you get when you make the last payment on a loan, or you get a raise, or something good shifts in your favor in the world of finances? It’s a FUN feeling, and a really GOOD feeling. And, it comes not with spending, but with paying off debt.


Jacqueline and I wanted to create a FUN, easy system for setting a savings goal, tracking it, and then using that money to slaughter debt gremlins.


Using this system, I was able to save over $15k in less than a year, which eventually turned into me paying off over $20k debt in under 2 years.


Check out the video below for the exact system I used to get rid of my debt!


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To be brief, all you have to do is:

  1. Set your savings target/goal
  2. Add items you have saved on to your spreadsheet
  3. Log the $ amount for what you saved
  4. Transfer the amount you saved out of your checking account to a savings, or directly use it to pay down your loans.


Once you have your goal set, you can start logging areas where you are saving money. As you start stacking a savings, you will get an insanely good feeling and your momentum will keep you rolling. You’ll start to become aware of opportunities to save and/or make money that you never would have identified before. As you get better at this, your savings will only grow.


For me, I transferred all of my savings at the end of each week from my checking account to a savings account. I also used the money to immediately pay down loans and save on interest. Eventually, all of my loans were paid off, and my spending habits were optimized. I was debt free in less than 2 years.


I’m starting a new savings campaign for the next year, so I wanted to share this with you to get some accountability partnerships rolling.


At first, it may seem a little hard to get ideas of how to save, especially if your bills are really tight with the amount of money you are bringing in. To help, I’ve put together a quick list of possible areas to save in:


Ideas for saving money and cutting costs:

  • Commute, ride your bike, or walk (move the $ of gas you would have spent over to your savings)
  • Pay into your loans or credit cards first (move the $ you would paid in interested over to your savings)
  • Sell all items that aren’t of absolute value to you. Collecting is costing you money and freedom.
  • Do a subscription Audit (move the reoccurring $ from the subscriptions you cancel to your savings each month – cable tv, netflix, magazines, etc)
  • Smart grocery spending – Create a list before you go based on $ budget and stick to it (average food cost for family of 4 is $944/m) – Water, rice, beans, noodles, chicken, bananas, potatoes, apples, eggs, almonds, bananas, peanut/almond butter, squash, stir-fried veggies w/ basic amino acids, giant casseroles and food prep. Try to get bulk discount codes from manufacturers for items you consume the most. (Move the difference in spending over to your savings each month)
  • Consider finding a more economical cell phone plan
  • Treat boredom w/ body activities: Exercise, go to Parks, read, volunteer, get a part-time job to learn a new trade, etc. (Log the $ of what you would have spent if you were doing something else and move it to your savings)
  • If you HAVE to buy something, use gift card discounts sites and cash-back rebate sites. is a great gift card rebate site. is awesome for % rebates on your purchase. (Add up any savings from use and move the amount to your savings account)
  • Cut club memberships that you aren’t using.
  • Create a side hustle (Check out Chris Guillebeau’s Side Hustle School –
  • Create a garden or herb box (add what you would have spent on vegetables to your savings)
  • Use public libraries to work instead of coffee shops and take your own hot tea or coffee in a canteen. (Move the $ you would have spent on tea/coffee to your savings)
  • Create home remedies (like cleaning supplies with vinegar)
  • Save on domains and other items by searching google or discount sites


I hope these ideas help you get started, and I’d love to hear about your progress. If you are interested in creating habits to strengthen your focus and mindset so you can manifest total freedom (not just financial), then check out the Sweet Ass Journal to Develop Your Happiness Muscle in 100 Days.



Destroying Debt + Saving Money = Permanent Experiences + Freedom


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