Old Habits Become New Habits

Decisive Moments Yield Major Changes The second half of this year has been filled with major changes. First, I quit my job. Then I decided to become a non gambler. That was followed by an instant transition to clean eating. I Hated My Job At the time I thought I loved my job, but I was wrong. I knew I was wrong when I realized how frustrated and dissatisfied I was, evidenced by complaining. I […]

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Ten Affirmations

Say it, believe it, live it. That’s the power of affirmations. Affirmations shape the mindset. Try it, create ten affirmations, repeat them. How do you feel? Repeat them again. And again. And again. And again. Reprogram the negative programming that’s been dumped on you by family, friends, peers, employers, institutions, media, entertainment, external sources. Create your own programming with affirmations. I AM rich. I AM powerful. I AM free. I AM lean. I AM healthy. […]

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Harvard Square on a Kick Scooter

It’s a nice night. Just under seventy degrees, but I’m wearing a jacket. It’s stylised (auto correct) to go down into the lower fifties later. East Watertown to Harvard Square is about three miles away. It took maybe thirty minutes to get here on a kick scooter. I wake up in the middle of the night. Usually after sleeping about five hours. The big question on my mind last night was what do I like? […]

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Podcasting and Audio

What is the Red Pill? The Red Pill is a philosophy. It was an odd path that led to my discovery of the Red Pill. The day started with an urge to understand and implement audio to write and create content. In the span of a day I’ve switched over to dictation, embraced podcasting and made my phone a more powerful tool. After installing podbean from google play I set up a playlist, and listened […]

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TPA – Structural Dynamics

Robert Fritz’s book The Path of Least Resistance introduced me to his Structural Dynamics achievement methodology that identifies oscillating and advancing patterns. He wrote a whole book, several books, revealing a planning process for achieving desires. For me, Structural Dynamics picks up where the Law of Attraction trails off. I’ve broken it down to three components: TPA. Target. Position. Action. The Target is the vision, the result, what you want to achieve. The Position is […]

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I Quit Selling Cars

I was asked in a Facebook group why I quit my job. I’d say it was because I was spinning my wheels. Quitting is not ideal but I am no longer constrained by lack of time. The job produced a lot of frustration and boredom. All of the effort I was putting into achieving mastery of my craft can now be directed toward getting a gig that clicks. Then another, and another. If I have […]

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Hating Bad Habits

I had a strange epiphany reading Russell Brunson’s book Expert Secrets. Hate motivated me to quit smoking. Hate also motivated me to quit drinking and give up pot. All of this happened about 30 years ago.

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Turbo Cooker

The Aroma Turbo Pressure Cooker makes perfect brown rice quick and easy. Everything I own for cooking will fit in one box. If you buy one kitchen appliance gadget, you can’t go wrong with this. You’ll actually use it if you’re interested in eating better.

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Strengths Finder

I want to create an online business. After reading stuff by Rich Schefren I did an online personality profiling questionnaire at freestrengthsfinder.com. The main results: 1.Focus 2.Belief 3.Activator 4.Discipline 5.Communication The test identified me as a Myers-Briggs INTP. Actually, I believe I am an INTJ.

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