The More You Do, The More You Can Do

Listen, I know at first glance you might think that sounds stupid. “The more you do, the more you can do”. Impossible you might say. Possible I say.

I’m one of those people who absolutely hate doing nothing. I hate waiting, I hate wasting time, I hate not bettering myself. Time is something you can’t get back. For most of my life I’ve been in a situation where I haven’t had the resources or opportunity to really get a snowball effect of success and momentum rolling, BUT TRUST ME the opportunity is here for me now. I won’t let it slip by.

Two things had given me a whopping amount of depression and anxiety for the first 24 years of my life. Fear of failure and fear of judgement. It wasn’t until about a week or so after my 25th birthday that I realized I had been doing life entirely wrong. I started to read more again, research more, studying people, and economic and industrial patterns in history. Slowly but surely over the next month, I began to realize a certain type of person is successful. The successful person is the one who achieves happiness and financial freedom by living a lifetime consumed by effort and discipline.

Mundane tasks, or tedious things that do not better me, I now choose to delegate, or ignore all together. People tend to forget how much control they have over their lives. I hear excuses everywhere, I spewed thousands out of my mouth for the first 24 years of my existence. Blaming others and life is a common card that every human who has ever breathed has pulled when faced with adversity or judgement. Then it was all clear to me. I am powerful, I am very powerful and I have the power and potential to change the world, and make a dent in the universe before I close my eyes one final time.

I’m not saying someone is judging you and your efforts, and that actions on earth are trial runs for some bigger picture, but what I am saying is if this is all we know, this one life, why not do as much as you can? Don’t waste it. You were given a gift, a powerful gift that you are 100% in control of. Don’t lose sight of that. Most people do, and that’s why most people live their entire life the wrong way.

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