“They don’t need to know everything.”
the come up quiet
As you are building your success in life, you never want people to know too much of what you are doing in life. Because not only does it kill the suspense, but you also want to be able to grow without too much intervention from individuals who may have the power to slow you down. People should look up and before you know it, you are in a position ahead of them. By the time they try to figure out how, you are well beyond the point to even their success. And this is how I choose to live my life. I like walking the streets and people not really making eye contact, but in at the same time making strides to be where I want to be.
don’t draw your own target
I remember one time seeing Floyd Mayweather walking the streets of New York and countless people trailing behind. Why, well his lifestyle is one to be followed constantly. But there is a price that can come with amount of attention. And that is that if you ever want to elevate past the point of your current position. People will look at you and assume you don’t need help because you’re already big. Look at Bill Gates, you look at him and people know he’s wealthy, but the money he has given away actually exceeds what he is worth today. So more people are willing to constantly contribute over your lifetime when you don’t have a target.
assumption of the truth
When people think they know you, you can use this to an ultimate advantage. They will look you up and down and make their judgement call. But internally you know your life, and as long as you know and love your life other voices don’t matter. But also, you might actually want these people to be in the unknown because they sleep and don’t realize how awake you are in life. So when they do, you have surpassed them. And the only reason why we rationalize the way we do, is because our own life experiences shape how we view other people. We come to a consensus based on looking at you from a broad spectrum, and then make a judgement call. And when we are false in our assumption, we blame the person for making us wrong. I’m telling you, the move in silence is so mental, so real, and I love it.
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