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  • rarely is it.

  • A question of talent or technique is just one of belief, concomitant will to kind of do something that either no one's done before or even Mawr.

  • I think three crack open the barriers that people considered impossible undoable on.

  • And that kind of belief, I think, is rarer than talent.

  • Talent is it's around having both of those levels.

  • There's only a few people that really have that.

  • I think in the history they're the ones that really changed things.

  • When you're looking at everything, it's such a gift to be able to look at something and tow, love it for the sake of it and nurturing and maintaining.

  • That is one of the hardest tests of any pro, much less for anyone to find right.

  • What is the Beethoven who never found his piano or harpsichord or right?

  • There's days you wanna go out of her to your sore or you just suck.

  • You're you're not making progress.

  • You're ramming into the and you feel defeated.

  • But that Z, that's the nature of love.

  • You know, it's got hate in there, you know it's got pain in there, and it draws you to it.

  • That's the magnetism.

  • I see people with talent with all those things, but the one thing they don't have is that just love for doing it for the sake of it, in the sense of obligation to do something with what you're given.

  • You know there's something to that.

  • It's important.

  • E Think getting what you want quenches the fire that got you there often, unless it's something replaced by something more permanent, which becomes more intangible.

  • E think the successes of winning, right?

  • You wanna be the best in the neighborhood, and then when the local contests and then whatever, whatever, it just keeps going up.

  • And then by the time you get there, you can have a stadium screaming your name.

  • It's actually happened a couple of times, Thio, and there is a visceral exhilaration to it.

  • There is.

  • I've experienced that.

  • I know what that's like.

  • You land the trick and there's it just lights up.

  • It's crazy, but but the same time it's hollow.

  • It's hollow.

  • That's not the thing that can drive you, at least not for long.

  • It's being able to say, Oh, I had that I had a model or I had people, Whatever all of these honors.

  • Eventually, that stuff phase two just static, and you're left with you and your board.

  • And if you decide that that's what you love, that's what you're doing thing.

  • Your days are numbered s.

  • So the trick is toe.

  • Always peel back of Why am I doing this in the first place?

  • It is easy to say, and I think it's smothering to say And often there's a culture of saying that if if it cannot be proven, it must not be possible in the big take away from that, the're, um is that there's lots of things that cannot be proven, though they are correct, because we see things so often in front of us the way that it should be done.

  • And it imposes a kind of barrier through what people know and see a familiarity.

  • But maybe you can change something within you that could be just outside a new set of axioms, some new skills that they will take you further, and I think that's the history of development.

  • It's interesting how getting what you think you want can end up being the force that pushes you into paint yourselves into a corner appreciates you into a group.

  • There's something terrible to be top the mountain.

  • I'm the best.

  • I'm McCain guarding it with Nietzsche.

  • Quote right, what's left for you when you make it to the top.

  • But lightning, you know, is this admixture.

  • It's everybody has a unique set of variables that they can put in place and express their individual identity in a form of call it greatness.

  • That's something to be remembered.

  • That's what you look for.

  • So if there's anything, just find joy in what you do for the sake of it, and then recognize how you're being shaped in the process.

  • And hopefully you become a better man through.

  • You know it's not fair.

  • It's not fair.

  • Your car broke down.

  • It's not fair.

  • Your friend passed away.

  • It's not fair you were bullied.

  • It's not fair that your business failed.

  • It's not fair.

  • You lost all your money.

  • And it's not fair that she left you.

  • It's not fair because life is not fair.

  • So now you know it's not fair.

  • What are you gonna do?

  • You've already complained about it.

  • Are you gonna keep whining or are you going to take accountability for it?

  • because What's more whining going to dio?

  • What's more, complaining gonna dio It's not gonna change the fact that life can be unfair at times.

  • So what do you need to do?

  • You need to stop complaining.

  • Stop whining.

  • Stop playing the victim and stop feeling sorry for yourself and start taking control.

  • Start being accountable.

  • Start taking responsibility.

  • Start changing your situation.

  • Stop complaining about your life and start working on changing your life.

  • Success does not come to those who complain.

  • Success comes to those who change their circumstances when needed.

  • You're not weak.

  • Your power.

  • You can change your circumstances.

  • Circumstances don't make you.

  • You make your circumstances.

  • Do what you can with what you have and where you are.

  • No one said work 20%.

  • No one said Try a little less.

  • Wake up with your own message in your head.

  • The message that inspires you inspires you toe work harder, strive for success.

  • Stop waiting for the right time.

  • The right time is now.

  • Take it now.

  • Work now, be creative, Be strong, be successful.

  • What do you want to do right now?

  • Do something meaningful, meaningful with worth something that will impact your life impact it for the better.

  • Make it better.

  • You have it in you do what you can now full of ambition fulfilled toe 100%.

  • No more than that.

  • Break down the walls that contain you.

  • Imprison you from achieving everything you have ever wanted.

  • Surround yourself with people who lift you up People who can see you rise People who can see you move forward, not holding you back People who move with you not moving against you but finding friends of similar character in heart That's important to me.

  • I strive for that Be the person you need to become Feel the strength you've always wanted to feel See your courage as a superpower, a superpower to help you progress to boost your confidence.

  • Boost your life upgraded to be better, more fulfilling life one where you and on Lee you are in control.

  • What you do in these reflexive couplings shapes you You shape it, it shapes you.

  • You don't disconnect from that.

  • You just tumble forward.

  • Over time you become what you do and you find hopefully at the end of that process.

  • You're not insufferable that you actually have something to give and could be present, you know?

  • So for all I've done, I appreciate I don't look at it as much, but ultimately it just goes out there.

  • It's just what you do.

  • You just become one with that.

  • I think that's been a key for me of why I've been able to sustain this fire that's so seemingly easily quenched.

  • Yeah, So when I see people who have had success, e.

  • C.

  • Boredom for the most part in the and then I see a tombstone encircling back to what trophies and those things represented, right?

  • Feynman, great physicist said, that is the Nobel Prize would be the tombstone on all great work.

  • Just look at it.

  • I haven't done a study of Academy Awards, right?

  • But usually when you get what you thought you wanted, fire goes away.

  • I'm honored to have had the rippling impact that I have helped formulate the language of a community where others can help shape and express themselves in a process and connect that to me.

  • For people like me, that doesn't come easily.

  • But ultimately I just want to be a good man, you know?

  • You hear that goofy Internet thing?

  • I've found it so stupid stuff that people send you.

  • Can you name the last Nobel Prize winners and Olympians?

  • E.

  • But you could name the fifth grade teacher.

  • They had faith in you, right?

  • If people you touch singularly, that's a bigger test, in a way, yeah.

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