“Invert the tragedy to come, and reclaim your future.
This is a call to arms, one quest at a time.”

Do you know the Swedish band In Flames? I just quoted one of their songs.

“Move through me” is the title of the song those lyrics are to be found in.

Let me ask you: What moves through you?
What is your burning desire?

Have you done something yet to achieve it?

If not, you’ll better start. Now.

There is no better place to start than where you are, no better time to start than NOW.

Have you been wishing, waiting, sighing for so long you can’t even remember?

Let’s have a bit of fun. Come with me through space and time.

We’ll start by the end. The solution. Your dream. Where you want to be.
Define it. What is it. What does it take to get it?

Once you have it clearly defined, ask yourself what is the step just before. Define it. Repeat until you reach the present. Where you’re now.

Make a clear difference: “The Now” is ABSOLUTE. Where you are now is relative.

When I told you that the best moment to start is now, I meant that it is relative. It is relative and personal. It is YOUR now.

There’s only one you. There’s only one me.

Makes sense? I hope so!

The tragedy is inverted. The tragic part is what will happen if you’re not proactive at all!

To coin a weird sentence again: “Know where you’re going from.”

I’m sure that what I wrote in a vague way will keep you away from NOT thinking.

Remember: I’m there to destroy the status quo. I live by my rules. Not by the rules a corporate world set and started to feed me with since my first day in school.

I respect and encourage those who feel good with their jobs to NOT quit.

I kick the butts of those who wish they could quit. They can. There is a transition period. Always. Don’t get discouraged. Phasing off is never easy.

Starting your own gig out of nothing is at your own risks.

The tragedy would be to have you failing.

There’s not ONE ABSOLUTE DEFINITION of failure.

It all comes down to your priorities and your values.

I’m not preaching. We don’t have to all be entrepreneurs. This is not what I want, this is not something I force you to become.

Follow me if you want.

Enough for this time. Next post, we’ll explore what “working ON” and “working IN” means.

Hint: it’s not the same.

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