Credit Genius Reuben De Leon Shares advice on beating stress and burnout

It's not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it.

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Reuben De Leon is an Entrepreneur and Credit genius who’s achieved a credit score of over 780 at 21-years – old.

Reuben has helped over 100 individuals across the United States achieve their goals. 

Today, you’ll learn the values and principles he applies each day to help him succeed in life!

The Slight Edge

Ever heard of the Slight Edge principle? 

Well, the Slight Edge is a competitive advantage that successful individuals get through months or years of applying constant self-disciplinary tactics.

Reubens hack for developing self-discipline and, successful habits is quite simple;

“Start by doing easy things daily, a good example would be to make your bed every morning or wake up on time. Once you master one discipline, you’ll be yearning to master another.”

Maintaining composure 

When it comes to stressful situations, most of us are guilty of erupting and, letting it all out in terrible ways. Sometimes we scream at a colleague, break things and get angry for the wrong reasons.

We tend to forget that keeping a calm head in these situations can help reduce our stress levels and help us find clarity.

Reuben fends off stress by taking a digital detox at least once a month. He turns off his phone, gets a message, connects with nature by going on a hike, and read books that help him reflect on his life goals and the milestones he’s reached. 

He also finds time to help the less fortunate, feed the homeless and visits elderly homes, this helps him how blessed he is to have the opportunity he’s been given.

Pursuing Success

Achieving success is one thing, staying at the top of the ladder is another. Reuben has maintained his level of success by being consistent and working on his self-discipline muscle. 

Reuben has replaced the art of being “Motivated” with the discipline. Think of it as his way of staying focused on what needs to be done. 

Reuben shares, 

“I don’t like the word motivated or motivation. Motivation is a temporary feeling while Discipline is forever. So i don’t try to stay motivated, I stay disciplined to do what I know needs to get done. This is where results are made!”

He’s also passionate about what he does, hence reducing the rate at which he experiences burnout. 

Reubens’s mantra is to make sure every one of his clients succeeds in life and achieves a majority of their goals with his help.

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