One of the brilliant ideas from the 67 steps that hardly anyone considers as applying to them is the idea of spending at least one third of their discretionary time
Discretionary time is time you have control over, time you can call your own. I have found that it could be as high as two hours, but as a minimum, an hour a day is necessary if you want to grow. You’ll train your TLB with this too… because being with people who are better than you is NOT comfortable… actually it can be very painful. Continue reading “The Law of 33%, and why you resist it? tooth and nail”
This question, “is it worth it?” can be about doing something… something that is not immediately pleasurable, not immediately profitable. Certain soulcorrections consistently answer this question with: “it isn’t worth it.”
But how about buying something? How much should something cost, to reflect its value to you accurately?
On the surface this question sounds so true, so smart, doesn’t it? After all you often have this sneaking suspicion that things are overpriced! WTF, right?
But if you look at value versus price comparisons, you ultimately need to look at through a different question: through whose eyes are you looking?