I spent the last year saying sayo-f******-nara to being a keyboard jockey.
I went on a road trip across the States, couch surfing from Oregon all the way to Vermont. I worked on a vegetarian organic farm run by an eccentric but lovely Jewish family and had an absolute ball chasing chickens around, harvesting, chewing strange licorice flavored plants that make your mouth numb, and celebrating the Sabbath with song and traditional feasts Friday nights.
I stayed in Montana with a couple who lives completely off the grid in their own straw-bale pyramid. They're amazingly hospitable people, have two black labs "Coffee" and "Cream", and showed me in a way I could actually feel and experience you can choose the way you live. And, why it's important to do so.
I went to Arizona to learn insane marksmanship skills from a hypnotist and can now shoot single-hole groupings with my .45 1911 Operator by Springfield any time I feel like it.
I threw myself knee-deep in the 'pickup' game and have made rather miraculous changes in my social skills. I've taken up singing lessons and am addicted to being a karaoke hero (not to be confused with jukebox hero, which is a legendary song by Foreigner that will turn you into a karaoke hero should you choose to master it).
I found myself drinking with lovely young ladies out on Ocean Beach here in San Francisco into the wee hours of the morning swimming naked in the freezing ocean surf at 3AM.
I've done a LOT in the last year.
And you know what I learned, warriors? You know the one thing I would say had I only the opportunity to say one thing?
Abolish it from your life. Fear is a cancer. I've heard before that "fear is useful, it will motivate you, blah blah blah". I call bullshido. There are MUCH more effective and useful motivators than fear. And, so long as you're afraid, you can't choose your focus because you're constricted. You are at the effect, rather than the cause, side of life.
This is another thing I learned from Matt and Sherrie Seibert in Arizona for advanced marksmanship. Choosing your focus... learning to let go of that which is not relevant, is the difference between being effective or not in the big leagues.
If you want to excel in any endeavor, you MUST be able to focus in like a laser on what is relevant. ALL ELSE CAN BE FORGOTTEN.
If you want to start a business or sell a product you believe in, that resonates with you, that you have put your heart and soul into... and people naysay... guess what? IRRELEVANT! It simply doesn't matter.
If you want to talk to that lovely young lady over there at the bar, but there are voices from either your friends or negative echoes from your past rattling around in your skull... FOR-GET THEM. Act. Now. Go. Do whatever you need to so fear has no grip on you.
Because every little stitch of focus you give to that which does not serve you is a waste of your time and energy. Blast that muck to the stone-age. Wash your hands of it.
Warriors, friends, countrymen...
You don't need to wait to be perfect to execute. You don't need anything extraneous. There is no reason to be afraid. Just start on whatever it is you've got your heart set on and sink Excalibur TO THE HILT!
I know a lot of this is vague but it's for a good reason. The principles I'm talking about are wide-ranging and universal. If you begin to unravel fear in one area of your life... all of a sudden it starts to unravel in all areas. Just pick one and get started. Probably the one with the most emotional charge is the most important, but whatever. Start where you can.
"Field reports" for inspiration to come soon, ladies and gentleman. Until then, I wish you all the best.
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