Are you an entrepreneur that just haven’t achieved the success you deserve yet? You know you have it in you but the rewards just didn’t catch-up to you as fast as you thought? I know the feeling because I’ve been there, and that’s why I wrote this, for you.
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The happier you are when you’re alone the more organized your mind actually is. I learned that from a Indian guru last month with over 9 million volunteers working for him.
You see, as a kid I loved spending time alone. I felt like when I was alone I was limitless and I could create whatever I wanted within my mind without distractions.
That thought process alone went from writing poems, to writing music, to building websites, to learning online marketing, to understanding sales psychology, to writing books and even articles like this one.
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I somehow found a way to hold onto that quiet space in my mind as I grew into a man. Now today, people say; I’m so focused, I’m so determined and all these other things. But the truth be told, all it really is, is that I never disconnected from that source of creativity and focus from when i was a child.
We’re all born with it and we express it in different ways but a lot of us just get caught up in life and forget all about it. We must try to find our young self again and tap back into that wondering, excited, curious, place in our mind where all treasures are found.
This is why meditation is so powerful. It’s one of the things that allows us to reconnect with that quiet space in our mind and after enough practice we can remember how to find that space even when we’re surrounded by noise and people.
This is where all genius comes from. Time in discovery within ourselves expressed through creation. Wishing you all the best moving forward. Your friend, The Frivilo Entrepreneur