May 8, 2020

Waking up. Learning a lot of things. Implementing them and then sharing them with others.

This was my daily routine a few months back.

Then, I get to know about the idea of FREEDOM where you're not being controlled by anyone. You have the power and choice to do what you want to do. No one else will dictate to you what you should work. You're no anymore dependent on someone else. You are financially dependent. You're free to live your life as you want. Full control in your hands. That's FREEDOM.

Q: What's the first thing that comes to your mind to get there?

It's Financial independence. You're not working under anyone anymore. Either you've cash pilled up or you're earning while you're sleeping. Your assets are working for you 24x7. They can be digital assets, stocks, dividends, or anything else.

Q: Why do you wanna get there? What's the purpose?

What's missing from the current scenario that will be fulfilled in that situation?

  • It's freedom. The freedom of doing what I want to do.

Let's say you have all of that, then what you'll do when you'll get there?

  • 2-3 hours of meditation, just living those moments with myself alone. Thinking. Relaxing. Pondering. Questioning.

  • Reading books. Interesting books. Finding answers.

  • Being creative. Writing, drawing, and recording videos.

  • Building products.

For a few months, I'm chasing this goal. Chasing it very hard. I realized I was doing it at the cost of my mental sanity. I was pushing it so hard. There used to be 100s of things that used to revolve in my mind every single second. I need to do this. I need to do that. Many things.

This whole process is defeating the very purpose of getting there. I want to get there so that I can have more peace and calm with myself. More relaxed. But that's coming at the cost of presence.

Maybe this is a reminder to myself to slow down a bit.

Think more. Ponder more. And then decide.

There's no point in getting there at the cost of the present.

The same thing can be done by slowing down a bit and giving yourself rest more often.

The next story to figure out is: How?