London Real’s Life Accelerator Review.

Have you ever had an inner feeling that you’re not living up to your potential?

I know I sure did.

A while ago I stumbled an older gentleman online sending out videos about success and how awesome he was. I must admit I liked him instantly, maybe because he reminded me of my mother because they both yell and swear like sailors. The gentleman’s name is Dan Pena and if you haven’t heard of him you should look him up.

Anyway, long story short, through links and YouTube I became familiar with Brian Rose and London Real. I had a quick look at the London Real website and was impressed with the library of videos on offer.

I didn’t think much more of it other than to subscribe. So, a few days later I see an email about some life accelerator program and I watched the webinar and signed up on the spot.

Why Life Accelerator?

Because the webinar hit home the fact I wasn’t living up to my potential and I wanted more. More of everything for myself and the close people around me.

The life accelerator program isn’t rocket science. Brian Rose gives you what has worked for him in sequence so that each individual module lays the foundation for change. One simple step after another. And each module is based on the experts that have appeared on London Real.

Six modules all up, one per week. Enough time for you to try it, learn it and make it into a habit.

First up is cleansing your mind. Again, not rocket science and I think we all know we spend too much time online looking at crap. So, you lose the social media and TV etc. I didn’t realise how much of an impact this would have on me, or rather how much media I was consuming.

Next up is mastering your mindset. The smart goal setting section will probably be enough for most people to overcome procrastination. And you quickly realise you need to “own” your own goals because you become very accountable. More on that in a moment.

Then you sort out what you eat. Most of the people attracted to the program were already in the top 1% and their diets reflected it. I struggled a little bit with this one, mostly giving up the sugar.

Movement and exercise is a no-brainer module. I have to admit some of this was a bit out there and I gave it a go. The best part is if you take action you’ll find yourself mentally locked in to making it a regular part of your life. I still struggle to come to terms with some of the stuff Brian Rose does. But i have my own fun routine locked in and doubt I’ll ever let it go!

Module 5 is all about your relationships. I quite enjoyed this one because it made me pluck up the courage to sort out a few relationships that were quietly annoying me. And I had a game changer moment with someone who was very close to me. That one was like lifting a tonne of bricks of me emotionally. Loved it.

And the last module is all about looking at yourself and making plans pushing yourself forward in the right direction and towards your goals.

Like I said none if it is new or revolutionary. But it seems to work. I think the structure of the program is what makes it work amazingly well. BUT the secret sauce is the other people on the program with you.

You are accountable to them. You didn’t want to let them down because they kept raising the bar higher and higher each week. And what an amazing group!

Did everyone have success? No!

But I can honestly say the people that went all in and gave it everything had amazing results. The transformations were quite incredible to see. In fact, I got more pleasure from seeing some people light up more than the changes I see in myself. Frickin awesome!!

I feel like as a group we shared some special moments, some sad, some incredibly funny and a lot heartfelt. They are ours and will never be forgotten.

I think the analogy I’d use to describe the London Real Life Accelerator Program is this. We all know how to cook a meal. We know the ingredients and what to do with them.

BUT — how many of us apart from my amazingly gorgeous wife can cook 5-star restaurant quality meals that people rave about.

The secret is knowing how to cook like a chef. That only comes with experience and loads and loads of practice. So, what if you could have that chef stand over your shoulder telling you exactly what to do and exactly how to do it. You’d expect to get a better result, right?

That’s the Life Accelerator program. You get a much better result than you’d ever get by trying to do it by yourself. And Brian Rose is a surprisingly good chef.

The only difference is you’re learning how to prep and cook up a happy, fulfilled and tasty life you can’t wait to devour. That’s how I feel anyway.

The funny thing is Brian actually promised to share some good vegan recipes and never did. So, if you read this Brian you need to sort that out brother!

Plus, you get the added bonus of the mentors. Each of whom add significant value in their own way. A bit like the characters from the Fantastic Four movie.

What have I gotten out of it:

· Procrastination Gone!!!

· Clearer goals than ever before.

· Productivity has improved. But more importantly I’m productive in areas of my life that I wanted to be productive in.

· Lost 6 kilograms in six weeks. Nice little bonus that was!

· Happy!

· For the first time in a long time I feel like my life is on track again!

· Rock-star friends.

And like I mentioned earlier I now own my goals. No more kicking the can down the road and putting them in the some-day basket.

If you want to play a better game, be happier and sort out your crap give the London Real Life Accelerator a go. It’s not a 6-week program, it’s a life program.