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👋 Hi, I'm Pedro Wunderlich, co-founder of Wakeout. Thanks for being a subscriber. Last week's issue f
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By Pedro Wunderlich • Issue #10 • View online
👋 Hi, I’m Pedro Wunderlich, co-founder of Wakeout. Thanks for being a subscriber.
Last week’s issue featured an audio therapy session with a broken link. Several of you requested the link, so here it is. Enjoy!
We’re full speed ahead with our big update and should soon have it ready for beta testing. If you’re interested in giving it a try before we launch it, reply to this email and I’ll get you in the beta test.

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We read every review, email and tweet. We’re hungry for feedback because we’re building this for you, and want to be as informed as possible to make great product design choices.
We’ll send you a promo code for a free month of Wakeout to everyone that replies to this email with responses to the questions below. If you’re already a subscriber, you can gift the code to a friend or loved one. If you’re not yet one, this is a good chance to try Wakeout.

👉 Reply answering the following questions:
- Do you have a morning routine? If so, please share.
- Are you currently subscribed to a fitness app? Which one?
- Do you often feel tired at work? Stressed?
- What are your fitness / activity goals?
- How do you relax or unplug after work?
- What’s your line of work? (just role, no specifics needed)

Do you work at a computer all day? You might be at risk.
Repetitive motion disorders are a thing. Millions are afflicted with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other disorders every year. It’s important to take preventive measures for a long, healthy (hand) life.
Many people don’t yet know that Wakeout is equipped with a routine designed specifically to help thwart CT. Although some people are particularly at risk for unknown factors, it’s widely believed that repetitive motions, like typing all day, increases your chances. 
Doing exercises and stretches with your hands daily is believed to help keep these disorders at bay.
Want results? Make a daily commitment.
Think about your goals. On a scale of 1 to 10, how committed are you?
If you’re not jumping out of bed every morning to get one step closer to your goals, it’s likely you’re not very committed. You might be very interested, or very curious, but there’s a world of difference between being interested and being committed.
Let’s raise your commitment scale to 10. 
Every day from now on, make a daily commitment. Write down your goal. Then write down that you’re fully committed to accomplishing this goal and that you’re prepared to make the sacrifices required to achieve it. Then write down one immediate action you’re taking today to accomplish it. 
Do this everyday and you’ll notice a psychological change in you that will urge you take action.

What are your personal KPIs?
Businesses use Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to measure the success of their products and services. Having measurable success or failures in your own life is important—people usually don’t know they’re failing at their goals, or are having a small degree of success. Know your KPIs.
These could be total checked off items on a todo list. Total lines of code. Approved designs. Pages read. Anything that will allow you to compare weekly or monthly performance and have a clear indicator that you need to work a little harder, or that you’re doing great.

🙏 Thanks for reading! See you next week!
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