martin_malin

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  1. In all honesty, the same thing I'm doing right now with just a couple more toys. Another one that I like is what would you refuse to sell for all the money in the world? What can't be bought from you? It can be a gift, a passion etc.
  2. JP's forehead is so tense the whole time lol.
  3. If your heart really longs for it, I say jump off the cliff and try to make it work. Is it irresponsible? Yes. But when your life is on the line, you often find resources you didn't even suspect you had. You learn things you wouldn't have been able to learn had you stayed on the sidelines. Personally, I was at peace with the idea of renting a small room and eating rice for 10 years. I didn't give a shit and it worked out. If you stop caring about material success, status and comfort, you are free to do anything.
  4. Nicely put. Once the vision is clear, your domain of mastery will emerge.
  5. Been on this journey for a solid 3 or 4 years now. Today is day 5.
  6. You're right, he did not exactly said that. He said you could've been born as a bus which is pretty close.
  7. Gary is Turquoise. He says there's no difference between you and a bus
  8. A few years ago, your video called How To Love Yourself made me come to peace with my baldness. Today, I fully embrace my bowling ball.
  9. One of my happiest moment is me crying like a baby after a breakup. I was so sad that it was beautiful.
  10. Yup, triggered. This guy probably thinks Viktor E. Frankl is insane too. After all, the guy experienced moments of bliss at Auschwitz while he knew everyone he loved had been killed.
  11. Osho wrote a nice little book about courage. “Spontaneousness is thought to be madness. Formalities are thought to be sanity. Just the opposite is the reality.” ― Osho, Courage: The Joy of Living Dangerously
  12. Write a letter to a friend for no other reason than to tell that friend what you like about him or her. I just did that with my homie and it felt amazing. I listed all of his character strenghts and said a bunch of shit that were coming straight from the heart. #notdrunk #nohomo #justlove
  13. I can relate since I’m going through something similar. I think part of it might simply be hedonic adaptation. We have to reconnect to our LP constantly. It’s so easy to forget our “why” when tasks and responsibilities pile up because of our successes. Finally, remember that your LP will keep evolving and it’s OK to not really what’s happening in real time.
  14. Take the LP course man. There's no shortcut to figuring this stuff out. I'll just say that LP is all about meaning and impact. It's something that you create, not something that you ''find''. You need to figure out who you really are, what you value, and what you want. Right now, it doesn't seem like you have much of a clue. It doesn't matter how old you are, it's never too late to walk this path. Being in the age of self-education and entrepreneurship, there are infinite ways to make it work outside of the traditional school system.