You must be a pretty lucky person to have landed on this page right now.
That’s because Jason Fladlien has been preparing for this 5 Day Perseverance Challenge for the last two months.
You're in for a very special treat. Just sit back and enjoy the webinar!
When is the Perseverance Challenge scheduled to take place?
Jason Fladlien will be doing 5-Day Perseverance Challenge in June, 2022.
Here's the schedule:
- Day 1 - Jun 20, 9 AM: The Inner Workings Of Perseverance - The Science Of It, The Why, and The What & How to Perseverance
- Day 2 - Jun 21, 9 AM: How To Uncover, Amplify and Cultivate What You’re Going To Be Unstoppably Drawn Towards
- Day 3 - Jun 22, 9 AM: Someone to help, Uplifting Others
- Day 4 - Jun 23, 9 AM: How to handle setbacks. Dealing WIth Adversity, Failures, Setbacks and Tragedies
- Day 5 - Jun 24, 9 AM: Setting Our Time Horizons
I wish these titles did the Perseverance Challenge more justice.
You will have to see all of these lessons yourself. Only by immersing yourself into this knowledge will you truly internalize the concepts, methods, and strategies I’m going to show you.
Now here’s another thing that I want to add.
It might seem hard to find the time for 5 days straight to come and sit down for an hour or a bit more every day to master a new skill.
It’s cognitively taxing, and it will require work from your prefrontal cortex - the thinking, strategizing part of your brain.
But that is nearly impossible right now for most people… because stress turns off that part of the brain and gives the reigns to the so-called lizard brain - which is an ancient part of the brain we used when we needed to fight tooth and nail (literally) to survive every day.
I want you to put aside the stress.
I know It’s not easy - not if you’ve been at the gas pump, at a grocery store or paid a bill recently.
But you need to do it.
The only way to the other side is through.
And the skill of perseverance will help you with this like nothing else will.
You have my word.
The challenge will start on Monday, June 20th at 9am Pacific Los Angeles time.
What Is The Perseverance Challenge?
Human civilization goes through ups and downs all the time.
Periods of pandemics, wars and illnesses are intertwined with periods of relative prosperity, peace and positivity.
Ever changing, like the seasons.
For example, the history of Ancient Egypt looks like a boring string of one pharaoh succeeding another…
… if we look at it from our comfortable time distance of thousands of years. But during that seemingly dull time, you’ll also find periods of growth, artistic expression, invention and periods of pandemics, wars and illnesses.
Right now, it’s obvious that our civilization is going through bad times.
And it’s probably going to get worse before it gets better.
I’m not just talking about the stuff you hear on the news. I’m talking on the individual level.
People are feeling scared. Lost. Desperate.
Subscriptions of antidepressants and anti-anxiety meds are at an all time high. People are looking for an escape… and instead getting addicted not just to alcohol, gambling and drugs (prescription as well as street) and also to social media, news, shopping and other things that were supposed to help us.
Now, it’s not really my place to ponder why all of that is. There are plenty of people way smarter than me, and probably they will figure it out.
Yet, if you ask me what to do about it… I may have the answer.
My mentor Jason Fladlien, someone who not only knows success, but also adversity, is going to do a 5 day training program where he’ll share his experience and his approach to perseverance.
Bottom line is this.
You see, inevitably, just as good times are followed by tougher times, tougher times will be followed by good times.
And if you work through the toughest of times… you’re going to be floored by the level of success you’ll experience when the seasons change again - as they undoubtedly will.
You can do it through sheer willpower… or, you can use certain techniques, methods, and strategies that make it almost easy.
One place you can go to discover them is here:
As to why it’s free… It would be a cliche to say that “because he wants to help”. Yes, it’s true. But mainly he’s giving all of this knowledge and experience away because he wants to. No other reason.