Always Invest In Yourself – The Article That Will Make You Unbeatable

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There’s no end to work.

There’s no end to learning.

There’s no end to growth.

When You Invest In Yourself, You Invest In Your Future

Self-development is an ongoing process. There will always be some kind of task that needs to be finished. Not a single person in the history of the world has lived a pain-free existence.

Since pain is an inescapable part of the human experience, you must choose how to channel this variable most productively.

It’s always best to work WITH forces of nature. Results blossom with the same degree of intensity you dedicate to your personal garden of growth.

For Every Action, There’s An Equal And Opposite Reaction

Cause and effect, means and ends, seed and fruit, cannot be severed; for the effect already blooms in the cause, the end preexists in the means, the fruit in the seed.

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

The pain you invest into your personal growth will convert into pleasure/results later. It’s impossible to feel pleasure all the time due to the duality of the universe. By accepting growth-oriented pain as part of the *process*, you make yourself unbeatable.

If you want a high degree of skill in your field of choice, you must pursue said interest with correlating magnitude.

A well-built man has a body as resilient as the steel he sculpted it with – It’s a reflection of his iron will and unbreakable mentality.

Everything can be broken down to a type of market. There’s always some type of exchange going on.

No One Is Immune From The Fluctuating
Gradations Of Duality

Take sexual-market value for instance…

Some believe the “unconditional” love afforded by marriage gives them a free pass to let themselves go. However, if your wife puts on a tremendous amount of weight and ceases all household maintenance, you’ll very quickly find yourself falling out of “love“. Similarly, if you start acting like a pussy she’ll also lose interest.

Self-Discipline =”Concentrate Your Forces

Your lifestyle is an immediate reflection of your own self-discipline. One of the most defining aspects of a man of value is his ability to explore pain/growth when he has easy access to comfort. Forgoing effortless hedonism contributes significantly to your value.

There’s no denying your personal power when your actions constantly say you’re a boss.

While losers stuff their faces with fast food and willingly throw away their potential, winners invest in themselves.

P.S. Read “The Essays of Warren Buffet” and become a better investor today!

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