42 Easy Ways to Change Your Life In Just 15 Minutes a Day

42 Easy Ways to Change Your Life In Just 15 Minutes a Day

The following is a list of things that, done every day, are guaranteed to change your life.

 Which will you pick?

  1. Prayer/Meditation/Breathing
  2. Playing an instrument/Making music
  3. Stretching
  4. HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)
  5. Meal prep (prep a smoothie or a salad or a nice soup…)
  6. Clear 5 items from your closet
  7. Set up automatic withdrawals to savings, investments, IRA, charitable donations, etc
  8. Review subscriptions, credit card bills and auto-debits (to make sure you’re not paying for things you’re not using)
  9. Pat, play with or otherwise communicate with the animals in your life
  10. Take a walk
  11. Call your BFF for no reason
  12. Write a book
  13. Update LinkedIn or other professional profile
  14. Update CV or resume
  15. Reach out to old colleagues
  16. Social media for your side hustle
  17. Self-massage/Acupressure/Reiki/Fascia release
  18. Read poetry
  19. Gardening
  20. Write a love note
  21. Write a thank-you note
  22. Check in with a young person
  23. Clutter clear part of a drawer or shelf
  24. Spend an extra 15 minutes on your appearance
  25. Study another religion
  26. Read Shakespeare aloud
  27. Watch Ted Talks
  28. Coloring/Doodling/Zentangles
  29. Daily Self-Portrait
  30. Needlework/Mending
  31. Clear old files
  32. Daily orgasm
  33. Clear a bit of the basement/spare room/garage
  34. Calligraphy/Handlettering
  35. Listen to music
  36. Review finances
  37. Ask for a testimonial or referral
  38. Give a testimonial or referral
  39. Learn a language
  40. Genealogy research
  41. Gratitude List
  42. Cold plunge


Now, here’s the rub – you’re not going to do this, are you?


Even though you know that picking just ONE THING from this list and spending 15 minutes a day on it could change everything for you….


You won’t do it because you will allow yourself to get distracted….lose focus….let other people’s stuff take priority…find some other way to psych yourself out.




So you need a NEW SYSTEM.


Which is why we created the Get It Done Lab: a 90 Day Productivity Sprint. 


  • You get to spend 15 minutes a day on your work – and there’s a daily accountability check-in if you want.
  • You get the Real Life Planner sent to your door – to keep all the cats herded.
  • You get 21 Days to Get Out of Your Own Way Audio Program – to adjust your mindset.
  • You get two live sessions a month with me – to dig deeper into your transformation.
  • You get a private FB group – if you want to connect with the community.
  • You get the JOY of watching yourself grow and change incrementally – and by leaps and bounds
  • You get to see the RESULTS of spending just 15 minutes a day for 90 days on something that’s meaningful to you.


Please check it out at https://therealsambennett.com/lab and see if it’s for you.


We start SOON – please join us.

Yep. This is going to be fun.


Sam’s Get it Done Lab has helped me to blow past some serious creative blocks and fall in love with the process. The process is now lifting me rather than crushing me. Thanks Sam! I can’t wait for the next session to start. – Beth Jaffe


I am super excited and happy about the shift that is already occurring in me with the little I have done already…. – Jodi Johnson


I HIGHLY RECOMMEND to take part in Sam’s Get It Done Lab because except from great advice from the rockstar herself, it’s a perfect way to get consistency in continuously being exposed to thinking/working on your projects – and in the most friendliest cheerleading mategroup. – Roosi

[Podcast] An Unusual Path to True Freedom with celebrity guest Ed O’Neill

[Podcast] An Unusual Path to True Freedom with celebrity guest Ed O’Neill

For this week’s episode, we’re trying something a little different, and sharing with you an interview from Sam’s OTHER podcast, “The True Freedom Symposium: The When, What, Why and How to Quit Your Day Job and What’s REALLY on the Other Side.” You can find it wherever you get your podcasts – just search for “True Freedom” and it should pop right up.

This interview is especially great for Highly Creative People, as in it Sam interviews her good friend Ed O’Neill. You may recognize Ed from his award-winning work on classic comedy shows like Modern Family and Married With Children – but you’ll be amazed to hear the real story of how he got his start. Ed and Sam talk about intuition, persistence, and crippling panic attacks. And wait until you hear Ed’s story about the Golden Dawn diner! This is a terrific and surprisingly inspirational conversation between friends – it’s a real treat. If you enjoy it, please be sure to leave us a review, and tell a friend about us.

[Podcast] An Unusual Path to True Freedom with celebrity guest Ed O’Neill

[Podcast] How to Find the Confidence to Start – and Other Listener Questions Answered

This week, Sam Bennett is answering some frequently asked questions about fears, confidence, and vulnerability. Tune in to hear her thoughts, wisdom, and advice; as she answers such questions, like, “How do I find the confidence to start a creative project?” or, “I would love to know how one gets back the fear of vulnerability to create your best work.” Please share your gifts with the world in whatever way it presents itself today.

[Podcast] An Unusual Path to True Freedom with celebrity guest Ed O’Neill

[Podcast] Ode to the Highly Creative Person

“Ideas seek you out like bees find flowers,” or “You refuse to take, ‘No’, for an answer.”  Those are just some lines from Sam Bennett’s poem, “Ode to the Highly Creative Person.”  She wrote it in honor of the highly creative people in her life. Listen and see how much of yourself you recognize in her prose. 

[Podcast] An Unusual Path to True Freedom with celebrity guest Ed O’Neill

[Podcast] 10 Signs You Might Be Overthinking Things Just a Bit

Do you find yourself overthinking even the tiniest of details?  In this episode, Sam Bennett provides ten signs that you might be overthinking things just a bit. Take a listen and see if any of the signs resonate with you.  And yes, all this overthinking (or as some of us call it, just good common sense) can be a sign that you are a Highly Creative Person.