Well, I think that I'm definitely a little bit better for my wrists, so I'm just going to type for a little bit and make sure that everything gets said that needs to be said.
The past 12 or so days I've kinda "strayed" from the path that I initially laid out for myself, but I also found a deeper path - one more relevant to what I actually want in life.
I'm still following Insurance and I'm making sure that I'm taking action every single day, but right now, the goal is to become Financially Free. Once I become financially free, I can start persuing everything that I want.
I've been reading alot of the information by T Harv Eker, and I listened to the "Millionaire Mind Intensive" and for the first time in my life, I'm starting to realize just how important money is. Not in the way that I USED to think it was, but how if I were to all of a sudden get 1 million dollars, I would NOT be happy. Hell, even if I got the 25K that I wanted initially, I would be broke just a little bit later.
I just simply didn't have the habits to get started and successfully build and manage my money. I'm starting to see more and more everyday how important it is that I manage my money. My parents don't do it. How do I know that? Because they haven't taught me how to manage my money while I've bee growing up.
Fortunately, I have the Internet, this forum, other people, resources, and a myriad of other places to get an education from. This is TRUE education right here for me - not just sitting in an ****ing Econ class learning about **** that I'm never going to use. - HA! University Rant.
But I found out that I never want to work a "job" - I never want to be a slave for 47 years of my life hoping that one day I'll be able to retire and enjoy my life from there. I want to enjoy my life right here, right now.
Before, I was running this race like it was the 100M Sprint...only about a week or so ago did I realize that this isn't a Sprint....this is a **MARATHON**.
I was using all that energy to get everything in my life handled short term so that I'd be able to get a quick superficial change, THEN I'd be able to go back to my bad habits. I wasn't looking for TOO long of a deep, internal change, but when I started on everything, I realized that there is more to the picture than I was initially seeing.
As for my goals: They have changed massively. The only thing that I want to do still is go to my Bootcamp on August 18th. But I have alot more personal things that I want to do in my life - like Reading Genius, expanding my vocabulary, getting a Phenomenal Memory, and managing my money alot better.
I realized that it goes along with something that I wrote a while back....
The idea of "more" will never make a person happy. The "more" we get, the more in spiritual debt we put ourselves. Only whenever we work on BEING first, then it goes to DOING, then HAVING.
Everything in my life comes down to a simple matter of being who I'm meant to be and then doing what I'm supposed to do from there.
If I keep taking all the steps, then I'll get to whatever goal I need to in the future. I CAN put all of my focus and energy into the present. It's the only way to work and simultaneously enjoy what I'm doing.
PS: IDK how my wrist is, but I'll definitely be posting back up soon.