How much time do you think really productive and creative people spend wasting time, just re-thinking and re-planning and re-analysing? When you want to rule your world you don’t have a lot of time to do that, do you?
It’s a kind of ruthlessness that I really admire, and I’ve been talking a little about of late.
Get a plan, get in, get it done, get out.
Don’t worry too much about what might or might not happen,
Don’t worry about what other people think,
Just give it a whirl and see how it goes.
Adjust, go again, and again.
The greatest failure in life in many ways is just not trying.
Or giving up after doing it once.
The mind has a million ways of slowing and even stopping you -
Of over-complicating EVERYTHING.
The greatest thing you can do is learn not to let it.
How would your life be if you were able to do just ONE of those things you've been meaning to do?
How much easier would it be to do the next thing?
(Answer - much easier!)
Being more ruthless is a skill I definitely am looking at having more of in my life.
Now, I’m not really interesting in ruling THE world, just helping a few more people.
It’s just that if I’m left to my habits of being and doing, I’m very capable of sitting around and letting time just go by.
I'm doing way better than I was - but it's still on my list of things to keep doing.
Now - When I talk about ruthlessness is not about squashing anyone or becoming a megalomaniac,
Or losing your sense of calm and fun in the process.
It’s simply knowing I want to do something, and not letting my bad habits get in the way.
It’s being gently ruthless with myself to get more, but not losing myself in the busy-ness.
So I’m not talking about doing anything you don’t want to do -
I’m talking about making sure YOU do exactly the things YOU do indeed want to do.
And not let time slip by.
Which is one of the elderly’s greatest regrets.
>>> That they didn’t do those things they really wanted to do.
If this is something you’re REALLY interested in?
I can’t tell you how much better, faster, easier, funner a tool like the Ishayas’ Ascension makes being more “ruthless” while having more enjoyment.
(How is that even possible? I don't know - but it is)
It is a simple, simple way to release the internal handbrake, the procrastinator, the "waiting for the perfect moment"-er.
So anyway, do what you want with this information.
If you're interested in knowing more about meditation and mindfulness and all this stuff, then head this way and I'll help you out:
Go well - keep the peace!
So many people think meditation means hiding away from the world.
It's not -
It gives you the ability to be more in every part of your life.
Every single part.
Good stuff it is.