TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST 2010
This has been coming on for several months. A week or two ago I wanted to make a note of it: The Truth.
The Truth is vibrating subatomic particles. This – this is the real, end-result-after-you-have-stripped-away-all-the-rest, as-real-as-real-can-be truth.
What we think and what we do within this “Uber” Reality become our reality, our lives.
MONDAY, 23 AUGUST 2010
A happy person is a productive person – and not necessarily the other way around.
FRIDAY, 27 AUGUST 2010
Your reality is, to a large extent, what you DECIDE it is.
“That’s true,” someone will remark absent-mindedly.
Then, one day, it hits like a brick wall.
WEDNESDAY, 15 SEPTEMBER 2010
I think I am busy learning a lesson. It has to do with the whole business of me trying to make money on the Internet since 2006. It’s also clear that I am not done with the learning yet.
The lesson is this: I must stop trying to convince people I know better, and that my way produces faster and better results. Sometimes I have absolutely no clue what I’m talking about, and if I pretend I know more than I really do, I am only setting the table for my own humiliation. I simply must be more modest.
THURSDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2010
Since 2006, I have had only one thing on the brain, one obsession, one project: to make money from home.
I increasingly get the idea that there are some parallel story lines, though. One is about renewed self-discovery. Another one is about practical training. The cherry on the cake is a story line that says all my adventures (or lack thereof) since 2006 have been the best thing that could have happened to me as a writer.
MONDAY, 27 SEPTEMBER 2010
“That’s what learning is … not whether we lose the game, but how we lose and how we’ve changed because of it and what we take away from it that we never had before … losing, in a curious way, is winning.” ~ Richard Bach, writer of Jonathan Livingston Seagull
MONDAY, 4 OCTOBER 2010
I sometimes get tired of “this”, and wish that “this” can to come to an end.
What is “this”? Trying to make money, and suffering the consequences.
There is a version of my life where I spend most, or more than half of my productive hours on writing projects: Personal Agenda, the rest of the 2004 material, the 2005 material and everything after, new material, poetry, BrandSmit.NET, the English site, the marketing of my projects.
But first I would have to get past “this”. One of these days …
TUESDAY, 26 OCTOBER 2010
“Money is not a scarce resource for which you must struggle on a daily basis. Money is an abundant resource that is constantly in circulation.” (Repeat every day until you believe it.)