Mental toughness and your TLB: your twitchy little bastard score… and desire traps

Before I say another word: if you don’t read, you don’t belong here. If you haven’t read Margoczi’s two books (both are on Amazon) then read them ASAP. If you have read them: read them again. They have 30% truth value, which is about the highest you can get anywhere…

TLB is your Twitchy Little Bastard score. Mental toughness, AND high TLB is the difference between a reactive, undisciplined, five year old who cannot see past the next five minutes, and a person (whatever age) who can actually see and act conscious of the consequences of their action or inaction.

Tai Lopez calls these according to names of the Greek philosophies that reigned around the time of Seneca the Elder: the Stoics, and the Epicurians.

If you gobble up a cheese burger, you are an Epicurian who can’t see where eating that toxic stuff will lead you… fat, poor, sick, and wanting more.

If money burns a hole in your pocket… you are probably living the Epicurian lifestyle. If you can’t stand not having your phone with you, ditto.

If you dream of instant success, instant weight loss, instant love… you are an Epicurian… and a TLB 1. Continue reading “Mental toughness and your TLB: your twitchy little bastard score… and desire traps”

Change the context, get a surprising result: the increase of your TLB

I read articles. Mostly from Medium. And I found this one in my inbox today… I could have said: I already know this… and I would have missed a conclusion that is very important to YOU…

Don’t know what TLB is?… It is your Twitchy Little Bastard score… when it is low, you are weak at doing the deed… you run for the hill, you quit, you have no patience, no vision… you are likely a disappointed little victim of life. You can read more here… but you don’t need it. Just read this article. I’ll summarize it at the end.

This Stanford Study Reveals Why Some People Are More Likely To Succeed Than Others.

Photo by Pete Wright on Unsplash. Article by Mayo Oshin

In the 1960s, psychologist and professor at Stanford University, Walter Mischel, noticed something fascinating about the behaviour of his daughters.

Mischel observed that his three daughters — aged three, four and five years old — rapidly developed the ability to delay gratification.

They transformed from being unable to resist short-term pleasure to having more self-control over their desires.
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The single reason you fall back, even after you raised your vibration. The reason that you can eliminate

Yesterday I spoke about reaching the magic 200 vibration… and falling back…

When I look at the common cause in everyone I have ever observe falling back, the common cause is one thing.

The TLB score. Your Twitchy Little Bastard score…

The TLB score measure to what degree you are willing to postpone gratification.

Most people I observe feel entitled, act entitled. Entitled to pleasure, entitled to smooth, entitled to politeness, and courtesy, and love, and sex, and nice things.

Now, what is underneath of entitled is going to surprise you: it is scarcity. Anyone who doesn’t live in the scarcity mindset: I can only be happy if… is going to have a higher TLB score, and will be OK to work towards what they want.
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