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climber with rope attached

It took me a while, but I’m back in business baby. I’m ahead on my blog writing, which means I can now concentrate on the book. My life has been rejiggered to accommodate new friends and new projects, and all the puzzle pieces are starting to snap together.

On your journey you’re going to have instances of self-doubt. After all, crags and chasms are part of the terrain. The answer of course is to continually affirm yourself. Even a veteran mountain climber has to steady his feet now and again. You do too, else you fall into the abyss.

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rocky hill ahead

Your path is a blessed one. As long as you walk it, you will be accompanied by 2 guardian angels.

The first angel goes by many names: Your Inner Presence. Your Higher Self. Your Guiding Light. Your Muse.

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a long road ahead

Discipline is hard to come by. Really hard. It is the virtue that separates the few who do from the many who talk.

It is what separates flat abs from love handles. Getting to work from languishing on the sidelines. Acts of creation from slow deterioration.

Failure is the default. You don’t have to do anything to get it. Do nothing and watch as it creeps up on you gradually, effortlessly, and mercilessly. Laziness is automatic. As is selfishness. And gluttony. No one has to work at being a fat, lazy bum. You just let yourself go and your work is already done.

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stone mask

I hope by now you have decided on a mission. Whether it be to expose abuses of power or to save the rain forest, you must be on your purpose. No purpose is any less than any other purpose, but you must have one. You can always change paths later on if the one you’re walking is not right for you, but it is imperative that you start on a path as soon as possible.

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stepping stones on the beach

Most people operate in 1 of 2 modes their entire lives. The first is to be results-oriented. In this mode, people impatiently pine for quick rewards. Some give up as soon as the going gets tough; we call those quitters. Others stress and obsess in short bursts of activity, hoping to god that they figure it out before their willpower runs dry; we call those strivers. Those with a results orientation often lack inner peace because no matter what they have achieved, they never feel like they are enough.

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