"I do a daily journal/brain dump using Reflect.
I use a daily note template that encompasses:
2. Brain dump - whatever is on my mind
3. Most Important Tasks - projects that are itching at me
4. Habit tracking:
For breakfast, Andrew often has blueberries, pistachios, and either steak or chicken. Blueberries boost cognitive function with their rich antioxidants, while pistachios promote heart and eye health. The steak or chicken ensures he gets quality protein, essential for muscle repair, along with vital vitamins and minerals. Andrew is currently part-taking in a muscle building challenge with his friends and has a high-protein diet.
If low on sleep:
In cases of extreme sleep deprivation (2-4 hours):
To monitor the effects of his supplements, nutrition, and workouts, and track his overall health, Andrew tests his blood and various bio-markers via InsideTracker, a company that offers comprehensive tests, to track and monitor his health, and provide customized recommendations based on the results.
Some Options for InsideTracker:
Andrew also works with Dr. Kyle Gilett at Gillett Health.
Before working out, I consume L-citruline.
I also drink multiple protein smoothies daily, made of:
"I find pickleball more accessible than tennis. While I love tennis, it can be challenging to play with less experienced players and is less social. Pickleball is enjoyable and suitable for players of all levels."
"Usually a salad with a ton of chicken and avocado."
"I use Missive to delegate my email.
My assistants see all my emails first and triage it, only showing me the stuff I need to see.
They sort it by:
I either assign emails to people or I tag “Waiting on” in Omnifocus so I remember to follow up
I generally try to get a task fully out of my brain once I delegate it and accept that it may get done not the way I want, and that is the cost of delegating"
We asked Andrew some questions on his thoughts and structure around meetings. You can see it in the original Q/A format below:
What are your perspectives on daily meetings? Are fewer meetings better?
How do you and Chris determine your meeting schedules? Are these spontaneous or planned? How often do you both meet to discuss Tiny?
How do you prefer to structure your meetings? In-person, over lunch, in a sauna?
I usually do a sauna + cold plunge cycle around 3-4pm to wind down from my day and do a little reset.
We asked Andrew if he has any unique practices to raise outstanding kids. here is what he had to say:
Heavy on protein, usually steak or chicken. I generally try to eat paleo as I had really bad acid reflux for years and it seems to solve it.
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