Monday, 29 June 2020 07:28

How do YOU want to be remembered?

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This morning I was engaged in some “silent” meditation while pouring out my Chinese puh-er tea.

This afternoon, I should really say, being that yours truly woke up at the grand ole hour of 12 noon, and then jumped straight INTO IT . . .

And what I was thinking about was the people that (in general) when told to do something (something that is good for them) will naturally balk at the advice.

The human mind truly DOES look for a bazillion and one reasons to NOT do the thing as opposed to the one reason why you CAN and SHOULD do the thing. Napoleon Hill wrote about this in Think and Grow Rich, and he is right.

Especially when the person in front of you isn’t a millionaire and giving you advice.

It matters not, of course, that he lives on his own terms and he’s doing (obviously) better than the person who is receiving the advice (which while free is often worth as much if not more than paid advice!).

Well, I take that back . . . somewhat.

What you’ll get from the 0 Excuses Ship, for instance, is unparalleled value in all regards and it ain’t something you can just get from my books and courses or the daily newsletters (which are all GREAT, don’t get me wrong, but there is always a next level, and this is that!).

But I’m saying when I talk to friends, or perhaps customers that have now become friends , and perhaps some of the closest friends I have . . . I just say what I would to a PAYING customer (in that regard).

And if that advice is ignored, well . . .

And on that topic, it brought to mind the following.

How do YOU want to be remembered when you depart the world on a physical plane?

Or, death, if you prefer that word! I prefer the former as I don’t believe the soul ever dies. I used to be PETRIFIED of dying when I was young, by the way.

I still remember my Dad consoling my 4 year old self when I was watching a movie of someone dying in the hospital.

I was worried that I’d “die very soon”, and “someday”.

And my Dad said don’t worry, there is a long time yet for you!

Indeed, my friend. And over the past few years (since 2017 actually, back when I really diversified my ventures and really got going on 0 Excuses Fitness) I have completely lost any and all fear of death.

Like Napoelon Hill said its nothing to be feared. You don’t fear sleeping, do you?

Then why would you fear death?

It’s an eternal sleep, filled with dreams galore as your soul waits to be “reincarnated” on a physical plane.

No, I am not wearing saffron robes and standing on one leg when saying this!

I’m drinking my very Chinese tea (yes, the antics of the CCP doesn’t mean I hate the country in general, which might come across as mind blowing to many, but it’s true).

If I hated it, I’d never spend as much time as I have in in the country and its just that simple.

Anyway, so when Napoleon Hill was talking to Carnegie about his mission in life, Carnegie informed him that the mission was to study  500 successful people from all angles and regards, and compile the world’s first exhaustive manuals on SUCCESS.

No-one had done it before him.

And, as Carnegie told Hill, the job wasn’t easy.

IT would take at least 20 years, and towards the end of that 20 years, he’d find out what his OTHER SELF is (something I’ve written about galore before).

And he’d have to earn his own living while he went about this work, as this sort of work is rarely, if ever, profitable at the outset (Carnegie’s words).

And perhaps most tellingly, he wouldn’t receive any recognition for his work until YEARS after his death.

And astoundingly enough or maybe not, all of that came true!

Napoleon Hill (along with the lesser known Claude Bristol who is really my all time favorite) is THE source of inspiration and motivation that most people look up these days when you talk about self help.

Sure, we have Tony Robbins. Donald Trump’s pastor. A host of other motivational so called “gurus”, but while not all acknowledge WHERE they learnt their stuff, some do.

It’s Hill’s work, without exception, which years after his death has left a legacy most people would struggle to even begin to match.

That brings me to another point, which is sometimes a bone of contention with me for folks.

I’ve often been called “spiritual” and very motivational (these are the kinder names on that list, hehe).

And a lot more along those lines. The real deal. And so forth.

And . . . I’ve never once shied away from mentioning who I learnt my stuff from.

We all learn, and constantly keep learning, and for the life of me I can’t understand why people are scared of losing business if they give credit to the person they got the info from (who has probably given credit to the person HE got the info from!).

If anything, it’s the opposite.

Anyway, the question begets.

How do YOU want to be remembered after you go?

After you “depart”, as I like to say?

Write back - - and let me know!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

P.S. – I could tell you how I want to be remembered, but that would defeat the very purpose of this email which is to ask YOU your thoughts. Let me know!

P.S #2 – Here is where you can grab our highly inspirational and motivational products that WILL turbo charge you along the path to success in both life and FITNESS -https://0excusesfitness.com/products/

P.P.S - At the time of writing this, I'm 70 percent through with writing Animal Kingdom Workouts - the NEXT book out from yours truly. The book on isometrics is also "in the works" as we speak. But the former will be the first out. Now it's time to get the pictures taken, edited etc before I can get it online. See how that goes! ;)

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