Message/Experiment of the Week:

What would you do if you were limitless? Often we let our circumstances and those around us define our limits, and as a result, we have no idea what we are capable of. What if instead you gave yourself permission to live the life you truly wanted and you looked fear in the face and said “I’m going to live my dream life. I know it is going to be hard, but it is going to be worth it. I also know it is going to take time, and I am going to commit to making it happen no matter how long it takes.“

Today is Halloween and a time when people put on costumes and pretend to be monsters or royalty. Today could also be the day you commit to being the future self you want to be, and the day that you start living the life you truly want.

In the video below Graham Weaver provides tips to live the life you truly want, to look fear in the face, and to start playing to win instead of playing not to lose. Please watch it!

For an experiment this week think of 30 things you would be doing if you were living the life of your dreams, and then every day do three of those things. For extra credit, think of twelve people you would be talking with in your dream life, and try to talk with one of those people each month. As you start stepping into the life you truly want, it will eventually become your reality.

Quotes of the Week:

  • "What is the world's greatest lie?" the little boy asks. The old man replies, "It's this: that at a certain point in our lives, we lose control of what's happening to us, and our lives become controlled by fate. That's the world's greatest lie." ―Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

  • “What man actually needs is not a tensionless state but rather the striving and struggling for a worthwhile goal, a freely chosen task. What he needs is not the discharge of tension at any cost but the call of a potential meaning waiting to be fulfilled by him.” ―Viktor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning

  • “With deliberate practice, however, the goal is not just to reach your potential but to build it, to make things possible that were not possible before. This requires challenging homeostasis—getting out of your comfort zone—and forcing your brain or your body to adapt.” ―Anders Ericsson, Peak

Video of the Week:

Last Lecture Series: How to Live an Asymmetric Life, Graham Weaver

Song of the Week:

Rachel Platten - Fight Song (Official Video)

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