My Biggest Breakthrough on Mindset

Mindset and Limiting Beliefs


Finally, it’s done…

This puzzle took me 3+ years of long hours, god-awful self-help books, conflicting evidence, and sheer frustration to finally figure out how limiting beliefs are created — and more importantly, how they are destroyed.

I can say with 100% certainty that this will transform everything about me.

For now, I just want to make a quick post to commemorate this date for the rest of mah life.

(Thanks Sam!)

Nothing will ever be the same.



“Let each of your acts be your last battle on earth.

“Only under those conditions, will your acts have their rightful power. Otherwise, they will be, for as long as you live, the acts of a timid man.”

“Is it so terrible; to be a timid man?”


“It isn’t if you are going to be immortal.

“But if you are going to die there is not time for timidity, simply because timidtiy makes you cling to something that exists only in your thoughts.

“…It soothes you while everything is at lull.

“But then—the awesome, mysterious world will open its mouth for you, as it will open for every one of us. And then you will realize that your sure ways—were not sure at all…

“Being timid prevents us from examining and exploiting our lot as men.”

-Carlos Castaneda, 1972


“When I look back at the past and think of all the time I squandered in error and idleness,… then my heart bleeds.

“Life is a gift… every minute could have been an eternity of happiness!

“If youth only knew!

“Now my life will change; now I will be reborn.”

-Fyodor Dostoyevsky, 1849


“Death is impossible for us to fathom; it is so immense, so frightening, that we will do almost anything to avoid thinking about it.

“Society is organized to make death invisible, to keep it several steps removed. That distance may seem necessary for our comfort, but it comes with a terrible price… The illusion of limitless time, and a consequent lack of seriousness about daily life.

“We are running away from the one reality that face us all.

“When soldiers survive a brush with death, they often feel an exhilaration that they want to have again.

“Life has more meaning in the face of death.

“The risks you keep taking, the challenges you keep overcoming, are like symbolic deaths that sharpen your appreciation of life.”

-Robert Greene, 2006

like fire

More people have more hang-ups about money than anything else, even sex!

—Foster Hibbard

Money is like fire, an element as little troubled by moralizing as earth, air and water.

Men can employ it as a tool or they can dance around it as if it were the incarnation of a god. Money votes socialist or monarchist, finds a profit in pornography or translations from the Bible, commissions Rembrandt and underwrites the technology of Auschwitz.

It acquires its meaning from the uses to which it is put.

—Lewis H. Lapham

Money goes where it will increases fastest, rather than where it is needed.