When I put fingers to keyboard around the start of June this year, it wasn’t my intention to keep it up for a month. In fact, the thought didn’t even cross my mind. It’s only after a week of unprecedented consistency that I realised it was by far a new record for me. If a week was behind me already, it made some twisted kind of sense to shoot for a month and make it a thing.
Winging it at the start, a lot was learned along the way that will forever influence my method when writing. For most people, consistency in anything doesn’t come without tremendous work or self-control. I’ve found though, that you can build up the tools and knowledge to facilitate consistency and it will begin to come naturally. …
I wake up so early.
Your 6am start amuses me. Do you really think you’re for headed for success?
If you want to be wealthy like me, you’ve got to put it in the work. If that means all you do is read self help and you’ll never see your kids again, so be it.
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Your attention is a very valuable commodity.
Keeping it to yourself is a constant battle in today’s world, when advertisers want you to buy their products, and the people around you want to feel loved or important.
It’s like fighting a war to hold your own focus, because technology provides so many tools that stack the odds against you. If you have to get something done you’ll need a real strategy to stand a fighting chance.
Distractions are the enemy of concentration, but to work efficiently for the proprietor, they’re almost always just simple mechanisms that can be easily side-stepped when picked-apart. …
Hello, my name’s 2020.
You may know me already by my latest work, of which I’m very proud.
It may have been critically condemned across the board, but after a total wipe-out it wouldn’t be any fun if I didn’t give you all a fighting chance for the last few months.
So as I’m winding down to a close I wanted to take a second to help you recap the lessons you’ve learned during your exciting, extended torture.
Variety was a big focus this time, and I do deserve a medal for creativity.
Tragedy after tragedy, the world was shocked as things kept getting worse. When you’re sat looking at the news and start to smell impending global doom, it’s actually okay to brace yourself in advance. …
My secret weapon to staying consistently effective in every day life, is that I created an ‘every-day life.’
In a previous time, I was the backstage sound guy. Always being in such a loud environment made me treasure the peaceful silence between, and years of holding that balance definitely leaked into the life I have now. The first lesson carried-over was that composition and attention are key. Without my intervention, everything was just noise and nothing was impactful.
Sticking to a schedule makes for the best possible performance, and so the routine I built to carry me through my new every-day challenges had to share that principal. …
Does this sound like you?
You go about your day-to-day life and you’re fairly content on average. Occasionally though, late at night, you find yourself longing for more and you see your goals and aspirations more clearly.
You feel motivated to make them a reality, so in the precious peace of the night, you plan out the days ahead. Later on you lie awake in bed, confident you will wake up the next day and get started on your journey. You sleep and when daylight comes you find it’s all fallen apart.
Most everyone has that light inside them that shows its face every now and then. Maybe a specific set of circumstances reminds you it’s in there. Unfortunately it’s not always just hearing some inspiring music, and not everyone can force ourselves into that mindset whenever we’d like to. That little light that pushes you to chase your dreams might seem dim at best sometimes because it loves laying dormant until it’s most inconvenient. …
Anyone who has clicked this far has probably already figured out the answer.
But what combination of factors brought you here? When you boil it down, the most basic ingredient is curiosity. We will explore why it works, why it’s generally hated by everyone, and how to use it without being annoying.
When the day is over, the work you’ve done adds-up. You walk away knowing you’ll reap the reward with some new numbers in the bank at the end of the month.
Every day though, this work resets to zero.
What you will see over a long period of time is linear growth as you get a pay rise or change jobs. Your time is being spent, rather than being invested. You could instead switch lanes and head for the road of exponential growth by spending some of your time working on a simple stream of passive income.
Making this work without any skills or talent is possible but you have to keep going to get off the…
At some point in your life you have probably looked at another person with immense wealth and success, then chalked it up to luck. Maybe it was luck.
You would be successful too, if only you had the opportunity present itself like it did for them. If you wait idly for it to show up though, it may never come.
There are two fundamental options you have right now to ensure triumph:
I scatter edible plants everywhere in my city. I plant them in playgrounds, drive-through planters, littered along highways or hidden in little corners of the urban landscape. Is a deer going to eat an apple, carry the seed and spread a new tree somewhere nearby? I hope so.
Leaving some red borecole dotted around feeds rabbits. Hiding mulberries out of sight will feed birds, and if you manage to establish a hazelnut bush in a park you’ll feed the squirrels; food everywhere.
Edges of the urban landscape can provide an abundance of food for little critters without causing inconvenience to anyone, and with only a little more effort you could turn a fallen tree into food for deer with some certain types of mushrooms or just some clover. …