I've found that often times we can overcomplicate life by setting stupid expectations on processes that shouldn't be that difficult to begin with.
We can constantly make up these giant, brick walls within our minds, and because we become our own worst enemy it prevents us from ever getting started with something in the first place!
I love bodybuilding, but I have found that there has to be some sort of yang to my yin or I'll go insane!
Life won't feel fulfilling to me just doing one thing constantly.
It's not that I'm someone who has a hand in everything, but there has to be some sort of balance to the extremes of either going TOO HARD OR NOT HARD ENOUGH!
I know if I've had these mental battles with myself then there are many others going through the same issues.
I'm talking about guys who have nothing for themselves anymore and cannot break out of the sole identity of being involved with “work”.
You talk to some people and ask them how they've been and what's the most common answer you hear back?
“Not bad….just working. I've been so busy with work, we have a lot going on it work.”
PEOPLE WHO LIVE TO WORK AND ALWAYS TALK ABOUT WORK ARE BORING AS HELL TO ME!
Jesus Crist, forget I ever asked how you're doing. I'd rather be a fucking ghost and entertain myself than associate with boring individuals.
These sort of people will look at you like you don't have your priorities in order, you're immature, and you never grew up.
But the thing is this… I'm looking at them like, “I don't want to grow up like you, your life fucking blows!”
6 thoughts on “Simplifying the Process, Mountain Biking, and Living Life”
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fucking LOVE IT!! The growls,the breakdowns, it’s right up my alley, I’M A FAN!!! Thanks for sharing -JD
Thanks for listening!! Glad you dig it. This is just the start of the Aura. Hitting the studio hard this year. Love your podcast btw. Keep doing you and keep on keeping on! – The Cowbell Killer
thank you very much! -JD