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This feels good

I'm out here in the wilderness. All alone.

This peace and connection to nature feels so good. Deep in my soul thankfulness stirs. I can't believe this life that I've created.

Determination got me here. This place where I decide how I spend most of my time. I am no longer a servent of the system. I sell things online that make people happy, and they pay me generously to deliver it.

It's a fair trade and that feels good.

I feel deeply for those trapped in the wage slavery system who have not the slightest clue that there is a way out. A path that's pretty straightforward. If this is you, please wake up and get to work.

Inventors Who Want To Do Business - Stop Doing "Build First" Because It Doesn't Work

On SEBASTIAN MARSHALL

Was having a discussion with an inventor. He's the archetypical "loves to build" inventor that sees business a fun lab/shop to invent and build in.

However, he's been toiling away on his newest invention for quite a while, and isn't sure about if there's light at the end of the tunnel, or what to even do next. Here's what I wrote him -

Ikigai - thank you. I really appreciate it. [he bought a copy of Ikigai; you should too]

Re: business... here, let me blunt here, for your own good.

Stop this "build first then sell" if you want to do business.

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