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A big part of prosperity is recognizing limiting thoughts – and releasing them into the nothingness from which they came.
To ask the right questions, we need the right information, based on the right premise. And we need to know what is the actual outcome we want to achieve. Once you know where you want to go, you can plan the best path for getting there.
Greetings once again from Prague. I came here to launch the Czech edition of Mad Genius and wanted to share some thoughts from my conversation with the crowd.
This is all part of the delicious roller coaster ride of life. The victories are sweetened by the failures that led to them. The moment you realize this, is the moment you break free. Your two lives become one, and you move forward through the good and the bad, moving toward your dreams.
There are so many seekers in the world today. They’re desperately looking for meaning in their lives. They join gangs and cults, religions and causes, desperate to find something that makes them feel good about themselves. But here’s the vital truth about meaning…
You don’t find meaning in your life. You have to create it.
You’ve allowed other people and outside factors to create the self-view you have of yourself. And many of those people and factors aren’t qualified to offer you feedback or have motives to distort it.
This process is fueled by doing something quite simple, yet quite profound: asking the right questions. The value of doing this cannot be overstated. This process of curious inquiry is vital because…
If you ask the wrong question, the answer is irrelevant.
Mad Genius starts with a decision. The decision to tap your genius is about thinking in new and different ways. It happens when you refuse to accept “no” and decide to find a way. Even when there isn’t a way.
It takes vision to see something that hasn’t been invented yet. It takes guts to go after that vision in the face of doubt, criticism, and even ridicule. It takes resiliency to stay the course in meager times. Being an entrepreneur requires a mindset that few possess – because bringing a concept to market is as much an emotional rollercoaster as writing For Whom the Bell Tolls, sculpting David, or composing La Bohème.