Short and to the point email for you today. But I want to bring something to your attention, so you can understand “the stakes” so to speak.

You may not be where you want to be. But so long as you are focused on moving forward, and you are committed to “overcoming,” you will get there. It is not a matter of if, but when. All that is required is patience, and looking at those “further along” than you as mentors and people to emulate, rather than as ones to resent.

There is something to this mindset that is not only resilient, but incredibly powerful. You draw assistance to you, and by removing defeat as an option, you make victory over your demons inevitable.

But what is interesting is what happens when someone gives up — when they decide they’re not going to try to pursue financial abundance, they’re not going to fix their relationship with women, they’re not going to get in better shape.

When they start to lie to themselves that it “doesn’t matter” and that they have other things they would prefer to do.

What happens when a man begins to embrace this lie?

It is only a matter of time before he resents those who have those things that he lacks.

Little by little he becomes a victim, and he becomes evil. He becomes someone who cares about destroying rather than building.

It’s not a change that happens all at once. But seeds of this gradually begin to bear fruit.

And his life starts to collapse.

Which puts him in fact in a worse position in some sense than before, when he was perhaps ignorant of his problems. Someone who does not understand personal growth or have a clear awareness of his problems is in many ways “neutral.” He does not understand there is a choice, and so he has not polarized into creator vs destroyer.

But once a man does realize there is a choice — once he learns he can change, yet chooses to be the passive “experiencer” of things rather than take responsibility — he is destined to become a bad person.

He has seen the light, yet turned away from it.

So my friends, make sure you understand the importance of never giving up.

Because giving up — in any thing — is the choice-point where evil is most primed to take root.

It doesn’t matter where you are at, and it doesn’t matter how far you have to go.

You will get there. And people will help you.

Just make sure no matter how hard things get, you psychologically “burn the ships.” Because you are officially turning your back on goodness when you decide you aren’t going to make it.

Anyway, my masterclass goes into developing resilience and frame in detail in Module 1, and we get into some even more advanced stuff on expanding your consciousness in Module 6.

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– Pat