What the art of war by Sun Tzu teaches us!

Just read the art of war today written by Sun Tzu again and it got me thinking about a few things. Every battle is won or lost before it’s fought this is one of Sun Tzu’s sayings and is applicable to everything. (meer…)

Braindump episode 2: Search out your comfortzone!!!


It’s been awhile since I brought out a new video. Feels good to be blabbering in front
of the camera and get all those thoughts out of my mind and on video.
Even though I haven’t been recording I still wrote a few articles the last few
weeks so check them out if you have the time.

For today’s video the theme is limits. I’ll probaly be uploading another video
about this subject next week since I feel like knowing your limits is everything.
When you know those and your strenghts you know what you can rely on to
build the lifestyle you want.

So here’s the video.


Btw for the non auditive people viewing this is what I was reading
in the beginning of the video.

It is honorable for a man to admit his fears, resistance, and edge of practice.
It is simply true that each man has his limit, his capacity for growth, and his destiny.
But it is dishonorable for him to lie to himself or others about his real place.
He shouldn’t pretend he is more enlightened than he is—nor should he stop short of
his actual edge.
The more a man is playing his real edge, the more valuable he is as good company
for other men, the more he can be trusted to be authentic and fully present.
Where a man’s edge is located is less important than whether he is actually
living his edge in truth, rather than being lazy or deluded.

– David Deida

O-o-h child thing will get easier!!!!!! Where the guardians of the galaxy and Napoleon Hill coincide in my mind!!!!!


Right now I’m sitting in bedroom planning typing out this blog while listening to the guardians of the galaxy soundtrack ( The most awesome soundtrack ever made). I had a kind of light week which is pretty awesome considering the last time I had that was September I think. In the next couple of weeks I’m going to be shooting a series of vblog with the theme the superior man so watch out for that.

Yesterday I started reading think and grow rich by Napolean Hill and he was talking about having faith and it started to get me thinking about all kind of situations where I failed or gave up. In all these situations there was one thing that was always present. It was a lack of faith.
Sometimes the situation just looks so grim that you’ll never think you’ll succeed, but remember you might have failed a hundred times, but as long as faith is present there will always be hope.

Even though it’s pretty easy thing to just say you’re going to have faith it’s probably one of the hardest things to do 24/7 your faith will Eb and Flow. Especially when you’ve never thrived in a situation, because past situations are live lines that can save your live.

I’ve been in a similar situation before and survive!

I got through it then I can get through it now!

If you have trouble building up this faith start by looking at your small victories. You probably have small victories every day, but because you take them for granted they don’t work as fuel to increase your faith. When you start making a habit of looking for small victories your brain will eventually seek out these small victories everywhere.

Small examples might be reading two pages from a book everyday or even one. Waking up without using the snooze button. Even making breakfast could be considered a small victory.
When you see these things as small victories and kill it with the small victories everyday there’s no way your faith won’t increase.

Well that’s all folks!!!!


God I love this song!!!

And an ode to the creaters of this song on the soul train