Don’t tell me how the fuck I should think, I have complete autonomy over my entire being. Don’t tell me what is right and wrong, I know the voice of my own conscience, I’ll decide that. Don’t tell me what I should be doing, I control my world. This is a dictatorship and I assume […]
I grew up watching movies like Back To The Future, ET, The Never Ending Story, and Indiana Jones. They made me believe in a world where dreams could come true if you believed and searched hard enough for them. If you never gave up. Other films like Rambo, Commando, and A Few Good Men, made
Former New York Yankees Hall of Fame baseball player Reggie Jackson, AKA Mr October, AKA 1977 World Series MVP is quoted as saying, “I sometimes underestimate the magnitude of me.” I can’t tell you how much I fucking love this quote. The audacity of it. He repeated a part of it years later to an
If you ever want to know how to completely destroy your own soul, just start settling. Start compromising. Give in to pressure. Laugh at jokes when they aren’t funny. Agree to go out with someone when you really don’t want to. Never say no. Be afraid to say the word no. Have a scarcity mindset.
In order to trust someone, you must first learn to trust yourself. You can’t trust yourself until you have learned to listen to yourself. And you can’t listen to yourself until you can discern your voice from the world’s voice. This isn’t a riddle. It’s the cheat sheet to freedom. I prefer to say freedom
Some time ago I read the book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill and hot damn did it really hit me. It’s loaded with so many fascinating nuggets of wisdom. For example, the idea of a ‘Master Mind Alliance’ as a ‘coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or
There is safety in numbers, and thus safety in thought and action. These numbers make up the herd. The herd teaches us where to walk, where not to walk. Don’t go that route, they say, danger lies ahead. Vote for this candidate, they say, she will free us from the mess we find ourselves in.
When you’re having a great day, and everything is going right it’s easy to hit the gym or knock out that report for work. Hell, even traffic doesn’t suck. That’s because you’re looking through a perspective that has excitement, positivity, and momentum keeping it clear. What about when things get hard, or you lose something