Momentum > Intensity
I am going to tell you about the most powerful tool in the known universe.
All the great artists, engineers, and innovators of human history have used this tool to shape their reality.
And you have this same tool inside your head.
You just have to figure out how to talk to it.
There is no fundamental difference between your brain and that of Einstein, Issac Newton, or Leonardo Da Vinci's. Since the very beginning of the human race, success was never about horsepower, it has always been about creativity.
And I'm going to show you how to harness the innate power of your brain to accomplish 10x more than you ever thought possible.
And here's the thing. It'll be easy.
Momentum > Intensity
It's a long game.
When a snowball is at the top of the mountain it might only be the size of your fist. But roll that sucker down and it could turn into an avalanche.
That's what you need to do in your life.
I want you to think of your favourite animal, it might be a pet like a dog or a horse, or it could be a lion or eagle. Now picture it doing what it does best, whether it's wagging its tail or hunting down prey.
You're picturing something active, right?
A lion chasing down a gazelle might be working, but do you think it's exerting any effort? I would say no, it's just being a lion and doing what a lion does.
It's a simple circuit: lion is hungry so lion will do lion stuff to not be hungry.
The point I'm trying to make is the lion doesn't need to psyche herself up. She doesn't need to watch youtube videos
So if you want anything done. You just have to do it without thinking about it. the shorter you can make the circuit, the happier you will be.
You are a human with goals so you should do human stuff to accomplish those goals.
The hard part about being a human isn't going after those goals. That's the fun part.
The hard part is choosing what goals to go after. If you go after the wrong goal, it's not going to be fun and when it's not fun your snowball stops rolling and starts to melt.
Here is the hill I'm ready to die on. I am putting my foot down and planting my flag:
Humans are fun machines.
Overcoming resistance is fun. Having someone say I don't think you can do that and then proving them wrong is FUN.
If there is no resistance there is no need for growth. If there is no growth, there is no fun.
If there is no resistance, there is no challenge and there is no joy. This is the human condition; when we don't respect our need for growth we default into living quiet lives of desperation.
When your game is fun, you can play it for years with great enthusiasm. Think of how good you could get at anything by doing it every day for 10 years.
Not half assing it. Not just checking the box. But really getting engaged and enjoying it.
It doesn't matter what it is, if you love it. If it fulfills you. If you are drawn to it everyday, you are going to succeed.
It's only a matter of time.