What is it to worry about?
When are you going to pursue your passion?
What is your life’s biggest why?
When I talk to people, they see things that “I don’t have passion about this” or “it’s not my passion at all.” Passion is useless. I’ll repeat this. Passion is useless.
Suppose you do not know what you want. You start with something small. Maybe, I want to inspire other people. I’m going to go to the gym, exercise three times a week. So that other people will be inspired to go to exercise three times a week. It could be as simple as that. It doesn’t have to be significant.
When I get married, my “why” was very simple. My “why” is, I want to take care of my family so that other people would take you of their family. That was just my simple “why.” People think that was ridiculous. It would help if you had a more significant “why” than that. You don’t have to. Suppose you take care of your family, other people will be inspired. You changed a lot of people’s life now. When do people talk about my “why,” they may think, why your “why” is so big? Because “why” right now, I want to leave a limitless life in every aspect of my being so that other people be inspired to live a limitless life in every part of the being. My “why” has become more significant because I strengthen it over time, so you don’t want to go out there and say things that, Hey, my “why” has to be this. I talk about this in the book, which is the limit like a book; you can download it. Now it’s on Amazon, on Kindle, you can watch it any time you want to, or if you don’t want to, go to my limitlesslife.com.
Why is this important? Because a lot of time, you have to understand that if you do not have your “why,” you will not wake up at 5: A.M., you’re going to wake up at 9:00 A.M., feeling drained, hopeless, and worthless. And you have no clue why you do what you’re doing in the first place. This is a problem with most people because they say things. Oh, I do not know what I want to do. I have no what my life should be. Why? Because I don’t have a “why.” But if you have your “why,” you wouldn’t hold that way; you don’t feel like this feeling like, trying to be happy, but not happy at all. So this is critical. You have to understand that. What is your “why”? Once you have your “why,” you have to be a bye-bye. You now go ahead and say things that, Hey, you know what, my “why” is to do this, and then the next day and you do something different. Now, you got to stick with one first.
When I was single, I envision myself with a girl to love me for who I am. And I’m not going to settle for less to anybody who doesn’t believe in me. Well, right now, I’m married to a girl who loves me for who I am, just exactly what you want to do. If you can be successful, it all starts with your “why.” Now, the question that you need to ask yourself is, What is your “why”?
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