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[30 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

Here’s the first video I ever did:

& here’s one of the latest:

Here’s what this website’s homepage looked like when I first put it up:

& here’s what it looks like now:

Here’s the template I used for Today’s Transcendence when I first started blogging:

You see what it looks like now…

And when I first started rhyming, my friends used to walk away and tell me to shut up. Here’s what I sound like now:

Get the point???


>> Don’t Let Yourself Get Intimidated, because IT’S NOT A COMPETITION
>> Catch me and my friend El …

Classics, Motivation, Psychology, Uncategorized »

[29 Jun 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

“All of man’s ills stem from his inability to sit in a room ALONE…” ~ Blaise Pascal

…cont’d from yesterday’s post (this entry concludes the series).

- (3) Use Affirmations Like You’re Life Depends On It…Because IT DOES –

Affirmation are positive “I am” statements people use to condition their subconscious minds in a desired direction. Here’s some examples:

>> “I’ve let go of settling for less then the best I can be…”
>> “I’m a great communicator; ESPECIALLY of what I want…”
>> “I forgive myself for lacking direction in my life…”
>> “The …

Classics, Motivation, Psychology, Uncategorized »

[28 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]

“Language determines what we think, and shapes the ways in which we think about it.” ~ Benjamin Lee Whorf

…cont’d from Friday’s science.

———— (1) Give Yourself Props, Not Disses ————

Start by using your mind to give yourself props, not disses…start selling yourself tall.

Realize that if you’re like most people, you already have a significant degree of health, more than a fair amount of success and a few great relationships in your life AS IT IS RIGHT NOW.

While it’s in our nature to seek to improve, and while our society conditions …

Classics, Motivation, Psychology, Uncategorized »

[25 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]

…cont’d from yesterday’s post

You murder your chances for success in any and all of the key areas of life by using your brain in ways that are incongruent with your objectives. Let me explain…

Yesterday’s blog ended by saying:

“You already know that your mind is a computer, but you have to start seeing yourself as the computer-programmer…this level of awareness begins with (and implies that) you have the capacity to change…”

Follow the logic of that post and you’ll find the following 4 main points:

1) Your daily habits are the foundation for …

Classics, Motivation, Psychology, Uncategorized »

[24 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

“We are what we frequently do. Excellence then, is not a gift, but a habit…” ~ Aristotle

Conscious willpower and direction over your own habits is a powerful skill, because if you can create your habits from the inside-out, you can learn to create ANY RESULT YOU WANT…better relationships, more success with your personal goals, a healthier, more lively physical body or just about anything else.

It’s simple: first you learn “the habits of highly successful people,” then you incorporate them into your own life.

However, most people mess this formula …

Classics, Get Focused, Uncategorized »

[23 Jun 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

If you pay close attention to some of my videos, you’ll notice certain clips that show my note-taking and creativity process. Take a look:

These are both what you call mind-maps: graphical information-webs that allow you to generate ideas, structure plans, correlate knowledge and much more in free-form…

What makes mind-maps so hot is that they replicate the your actual, real-time thinking. While normal note taking techniques are “linear” (they suppose that you’re thinking sequentially as in “first I’m going to do this, then I’m going to do that, etc.), mind-maps are …

Classics, Motivation, Uncategorized »

[22 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]


Here’s another “resurrection” (old-school post) from a facebook note I did back in early December. Peep the original response:

There’s an important message here, so YOU NEED TO CHECK THIS OUT IF YOU HAVEN’T ALREADY, and if you have, see this as an opportunity to review. It’ll only take a few minutes, and you’ll be glad you did…

It’s a discussion I recorded with a friend on our way back home from New Jersey after Thanksgiving. We were building for about half an hour, and here’s part …

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[21 Jun 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

“If you don’t know your purpose, discover it…NOW. Without a conscious life purpose, a man is totally lost: (he) drifts and adapts to events rather then creates them. Without knowing his purpose a man lives a weakened, impotent existence.” ~ David Deida

———— You’re Unique Ability ————

Here’s something cool I came across a few days ago – a concept from the book “Unique Ability: Creating the Life You Want by Catherine Nomura and Julia Waller (based of the work of Dan Sullivan).

Now you know me: I think everyone should know their …

Classics, News, Psychology, Uncategorized »

[18 Jun 2010 | 5 Comments | ]
Why Real Men NO LONGER EXIST (& Why the Boy Inside of You Must Die…)

“The drug-dealer, the gang member, the ducking-&-diving political leader, the wife-beater, the chronically crabby boss, the hotshot junior executive, the unfaithful husband, the company yes-man, the indifferent graduate school advisor, the holier-than-thou minister…All of these men have something in common: THEY’RE ALL BOYS PRETENDING TO BE MEN.” ~ Eben Pagan

Holistic Health, Lifestyles of the Calm & Focused, Recommended Scrolls (Book Reviews), Uncategorized »

[17 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]


Remember that post from back in the day, Mental Fatigue, Stress & Attention Deficit: Their Societal Cause & Your Personal Cure, about how inattentiveness, a lack of productivity and mental strain are INGRAINED into our culture???

I’m didn’t say that to get all matrix-conspiracy on you, but it’s an important realization I want you to see: that we live in a hyper-technologized, media-saturated world, that’s…

I>> becoming almost devoid of organic, natural environments,
>> a complete 180-degree alteration from the type of world humans evolved in, and
>> inhibitory, poisonous and destructive to …