The greatest superpower is the ability to change yourself.
You do not want to compete, you want to be a market of one.
The modern struggle – Lone individuals summoning inhuman willpower, fasting, meditating, and exercising, up against armies of scientists and statisticians weaponizing abundant food, screens, and medicine into junk food, clickbait news, infinite porn, endless games and addictive drugs.
You’ll do better work if you’re bored rather than busy.
You make your own luck if you stay at it long enough.
The world doesn’t always give what you want, but it often gives you what you need.
Most of life is a search for who and what needs you the most.
No one is going to value you more than you value yourself.
Meditation is intermittent fasting for the mind. Too much sugar leads to a heavy body, and too many distractions lead to a heavy mind. Time spent undistracted and alone, in self-examination, journaling, meditation, resolves the unresolved and takes us from mentally fat to fit.
The reality is life is a single-player game. You’re born alone. You’re going to die alone. All of your interpretations are alone. All your memories are alone. You’re gone in three generations and nobody cares. Before you showed up, nobody cared. It’s all single-player.
You should be too busy to do coffee while keeping an uncluttered calendar.