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Success is the reward for pushing yourself into uncomfortable situations and learning to respond as if you were calm as a corpse.
I grew up in a time when children played lawn darts. The stupid children were lobotomized, and the smarter ones matured into adults that could handle their shit. Times have changed. Now everything has a warning label and rubber safety bumper. The result is every child growing up equipped to handle the real world with the physical, mental, and emotional resources of a five-year-old girl.
Here’s the difference between employee and contractor: contractors do this all the time without it being “wrong.”
Here’s a great example of owning your environment. He who cares the least, and has the most fun, wins.
If you haven’t read Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, you can watch parts one and two as movies on Netflix. This book is a must read for the 1%, but since the paperback is 1,200 pages long for all three parts, the movies are a decent, quick method of digesting the material. If you’re young and wondering if you have what it takes for massive success in life, the answer can be found in how you respond to the ideas inside Atlas Shrugged.
That’s it for now… Go make it happen!