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01-18-2013, 02:35 PM
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MY response to ANdrews Latest renderings are posted in MY journal for two reasons #1) I didnt want to turn Andrews journal in to MY journal- on his turf and #2) I want to respect his space and the garden in which He sows his own seeds ,tills the ground and nurtures his growth and space. ncbeareatingman. : Yer journey is truly inspring Andrew,so glad you decided to share some of it with us here in the forum Laundry Mat...anybody got 4 quarters for a buck?' :-) Just keepin' it real, keepin' it clean;-)

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01-18-2013, 05:19 PM (This post was last modified: 01-18-2013 05:27 PM by ncbeareatingman.)
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RE: Andrew's BAMM Journal
You know your journeys always inspires me. I've been so far and so long removed now from "jobs" that what you've done there sounds like rocket science to me. Moving to a foreign place, having to move again once you're there, hitting the pavement and getting a job, then getting another job...that's an entirely different grit than the grit in my life. Sure my grit is dealing with the stresses of entrepreneurship (I've been doing my own business for 5 years now) but from my vantage point I can clearly see you've got strength and lots of it. <-----Andrew's word in his journal.


Keith's responses: Thank you Andrew,I am truly humbled by that...thank you this day for giving me persepctive on it all. its been 2 months Man and yer RIGHT its taken and does take true grit to do what Ive been doing and what I've been up to...I've had a LOT of help from some 'higher up's" ,guides and related so I cant take all the credit but yer right. I was and am a man on a mission.
to Move to Cold ass frigid North Dakota in the middle of friggin November, trusting and knowing ONLY One person was Both BOLD as heck and scary as shit too. Its all about da trust Man.

The info I recieved from a friend in grand forks ND and the vehicle of knowing this one soul got me here. Once I was here I was more or less 'on my own'- having just left the warm hearted ness and tears of family(good bad or not they are MY Family) to come here to stay with a freind,til I got going and basically was emotionally and phsycically abandoned after two days,He left for work 2 hours away in the oil feilds.almost never saw him after that & BOOM. I Iwas here to stay and was 'on my own' I had to do it....
I got work, left it just got another ,even beter job IN A WEEKS TIME. NO Lie. moved before that twice. Once form where I originally was here in ND to a House ,to test drive it. I stayed in a house(all of two days) with a Bunch of People- NO privacy once I stepped outta my room,oh plus two dogs on top of it and one teenage girl 19 who threw a HIssy Fit and slammed the damn door on someone else and it boomed thru the house. I Moved the next day to where I am now.I'd looked at the apratment two weeks before and it turns out it was still avaialbe. thats where I currently am now. finally a decent fit for now....its not for me, about being a geographical Gypsy,its about finding the right fit and so the next step( in time) is to get MY OWN PLACE,and go from there either that or a really really cool communciative respectful developed roomate or Beloved one.

SO yeah but to be agknowledge by you in this way ANdrew means a helluva lot to me Man I swear. its not all been easy and it takes some serious balls/Guts to do this but it can be done. Thats what I want the forum members to know.is that IT CAN BE DONE. YOUR WILL BE DONE and git-r-done,too!
I do MY best NOT to buy into all the limited collective beliefs around work/housing/availability and things work soooo much better. Rather than buying into the fear based limited negative slow you down piss in your corn flakes mentality!! I've felt this way and operated this way for years,but I tell very few about it while its going for reasons I've listed abouve.Who Needs it? I don't need it nor do I want it such negativity.


THAT WHY I KNOW I CAN BECOME A MILLIOINAIRE I KNOW IT,I KNOW I CAN!!! Becos of the way I think, approach life and what I accomplish and what the results are,as a result of staying on track and sheilding the bullsheet. Once I add BAMM to da mix,its gonna be a muther but ooooh whaddah Muther:-) grinzz.wow! Febuary here I come, BAMM . Then its ON ,baby!!! thanx again Andrew! Keith.

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01-21-2013, 06:58 AM (This post was last modified: 01-21-2013 07:01 AM by Andrew.)
Post: #23
RE: Andrew's BAMM Journal
A Costly Lesson:

So here we are, the first big barrier to jump and the first big time-waste. I took Shannon's recommended 1 day off while I was spending the weekend with family. Note though I do not attribute this experience to not listening to the sub for one night. I attribute it to literally taking the day off. An old friend of mine was visiting from out of country so I had to take the chance to see her...I came back thur/fri/most of sat. These days wound up being toxic on my focus and motivation. The "day off" turned into 3 days off and a day of non-functioning. A heavy price for me when time is of the essence, but I can see it has made me wiser. I should have come back, spent the couple hours with her I did, spent a couple hours with another friend and then another couple with the family. Then LEFT. I had a problem though and an un-awareness to come.

Problem: I should justify the gas, 3 hour round trip drive, and ferry boat fees by staying as long as is reasonable (in this case two and two-thirds days).

Unawareness: Taking a break, and being around the wrong people too long is poison.

Being around people with small ideas and small minds was like injecting poison into my brain. They weren't challenging me, and I wasn't talking about much of what I was working on other than I was working nonstop. Just giving them my time past a couple hours was the crime, and my thoughts shifted to adapt to those who I was around. Even being around people with big ideas and big minds has its limits-I know now I just need to spend a certain minimum amount of time "in the trenches" working, every day, no matter what. I can ride the momentum of success after I've left orbit, but not now during take-off. I noticed I was getting irritable with people mentioning I should take a break, or socialize. It is not their fault-it is only their faulty conditioned programming that people "need" breaks or that they are healthy. No, they are not healthy when you are committing yourself to a dream...they are toxic. Breaks are for people that work unfulfilling futures not on their terms. THAT is stressful. I may work all day every day but I enjoy it. It is not something that requires a break. I guess that concept is just not something everyday people can understand and in their misguided caring for me tell me to "relax" or "take a break". Enough already. So now I will simply avoid anyone I can't actually work with while I need all my focus. I'm still willing to give other people an hour or two of my time, but that's it. To me, I have to draw the line now and define the coming moments of my life. A future in which I am not fully self-actualized is completely unacceptable

Here, in a nutshell is the lesson I learned by this poster called "the truth". I thought it more fitting to link it than to regurgitate it.

http://www.thefastlaneforum.com/mindset-...post199255

The most important part of this was that I learned. So I lost a few days, maybe a week if it takes me that long to get back to operating at 100%. Had this happened to me later, maybe I would have lost more time...or it would have happened during a very very important time and costed who knows how much. I had nobody to blame though but myself. So now I know, lesson learned. The simplified take away message of this for me, as quoted by "the truth" in that link: "Disappoint everyone else first, disappoint yourself last. Always."

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01-21-2013, 07:20 AM (This post was last modified: 01-21-2013 07:22 AM by Benjamin.)
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RE: Andrew's BAMM Journal
So after reading this I had a chat to Andrew saying that I experienced a very similar thing last week.

I went to the golf driving range with a friend I haven't really seen in months. It was fun and I really enjoyed it. I had planned to go an hour or two and then go home and work. I didn't, I said "oh it's okay, i'll do it later". Then he went looking for cars, then he test drove a car. Then another friend come and I went to the swimming pool with him. I got home that night and planned to work. I just couldn't get into it, I was scattered and got not much done.

And I found it harder to focus the next few days. It also reminded me of a friend who was saying last week that when he was in a shit job he hated he really wanted to go out and party on the weekend just to get away from it all. But now that he is doing something he enjoys he doesn't care as much about 'getting away from it' on the weekend.

I also realized that with most people I don't share alot of this stuff anymore and I find when I do I regret it because of their reactions or stupid looks they give me. It seems better when I keep it to myself around them and only share with the people on the same path. This was confirmed recently when my parents invited me to goto tea at my aunties and uncles and I said "no I have alot of work to do on my business" and the reaction they gave me was as if to say "your an idiot".

Andrew told me "I see the journey to BAMM as breaking out of prison". And I realized the truth in that statement.

So many people are in a virtual prison of all the crap they have been taught growing up. It's time to break out of that!

All of this gets me more excited for BAMM!

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01-21-2013, 07:42 AM
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Andrew, that reminds me of my xmas break. I got to see old friends but I was in a very comfortable space for too long.

And Ben.. I found myself saying that stuff too.. "Oh I can do it later... not now... I'll do it tomorrow." That's what I was saying Saturday but got over it and made things happen Sunday. Booya!

Definitly not a habit to get into lol.

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01-21-2013, 01:28 PM
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More power to ya Andrew. thanx fer sharing! Keith.

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01-23-2013, 06:02 AM (This post was last modified: 01-23-2013 06:11 AM by Andrew.)
Post: #27
RE: Andrew's BAMM Journal
Rebound

OK, time for an update. Thank you for following and Keith, Ben, Spiral, I read your journals but as you know I'm very selective in my responses by how much I feel can contribute and how appropriate it is at that time. So here's a quick cost assessment of the lesson I learned.

Thursday - Came home (the first day of travel is when I should have made all my arrangements and then come home asap)
Friday - Important meeting with a friend
Saturday - Less Important meeting
Sunday - Slept all day and all night
Monday - Un-productive day trying to get focused (brain felt "poisoned")
Tuesday - Productive day
Wednesday - I'm BACK!

It wasn't for waste, but it is not a plan for long-term success. Some good things came out of it. I got to spend some time with my father and got him on the "Fastlane Millionaire" book. So here's some of the good things that came out of it. Skip to the short paragraph before the bullet points if you're just here for BAMM stuff.

Both my parents had worked around 17 years in the slowlane - father as a professor, mother as a doctor in an inner city hospital. Both of them were purposely laid off right before their retirement even though they were at the TOP of their fields (part of the problem were they were TOO good and making others look bad). My mother made the best of it and joined the Air Force- and due to her having been a doctor so long let her join with a very high officer rank. This basically saved our family from dropping to a lower class income, and the family moved to Germany where I spent my childhood. But that's a story for another time. So it worked out for my mother and ultimately our family. But what about my father? His entire life identity was teaching-and his ability to provide his share to the family was contingent on him getting his 20 year retirement from teaching. For the good of the family he had to step back and become a "Hausmann" (stay-at-home Dad). You can imagine that did not sit well with him all the years he had been teaching and putting his heart in to organic chemistry as a professor (90% of his students passed state chem exams whereas only 30-50% of other o-chem teachers' students passed). So he was hooked to this book, and all the years he had been stewing on what "corporate america" had done to him and my mother became clear. I could see this book gave him great closure. During our conversations he kept mentioning he had no idea what my generation or anyone even close to my generation would do to retire. The math just didn't add up to him. If my mother hadn't joined the air force, and he hadn't made a smart investment in a house that is worth today 4x (accounting for inflation what he bought it for (started at 35k ended at half a mill) and has been giving rental income all these years... So he's glad that I've been in business for myself all these years and is on board and in support of my plans to achieve vast wealth.

The main point of the trip though was seeing my friend from overseas, who a few days later I had a dream about. I guess I've been holding out on ya'll. She was not always just a friend, she was my high-school sweetheart so long ago. The time is not right-we both agreed on this a year ago. And, it is still no where near being right. Plus, she's got what sounds like a good relationship going with a man overseas. However, something in that dream told me not to totally give up and not discount her importance in my life. So I don't know what's in store, and I'm not too concerned. But I get a feeling we'll be close again - a long time from now. 10, 20, 30, maybe 40 years from now. Maybe just as friends, maybe more. The details don't matter, the thought of spending time together regardless the circumstance makes me smile. She's always been that one to me that I just want to hug and not let go. The dream also confirmed another thing. A woman I spend my time with absolutely must be goofy, silly, and very eccentric. If I can't carry a woman on my shoulders while she spouts off starship commands in a British accent she's not worth my time Wink

Ahem....so, back to my update. As I've been saying, it was not a waste, I learned some valuable things. However, with BAMM, I know for sure that these lessons come around for a reason. Although good things came out of the trip, it ultimately set me back on my journey to GREATNESS. As you can see from my breakdown of each day, this trip ultimately cost me 6 days of zero to small productivity until I returned to being functional. How long should it have cost? 1. Just 1. That's all I actually needed. Yes it was clearly necessary for me to learn this lesson, but I certainly don't need to learn it twice.

On some other topics...
  • Last evening and today as I received from phone calls from customers and was reading over the importance of customer support in millionaire fast-lane, I decided I was going to embark on truly making our support exceptional. Yes, I believe our support is better than anyone else in the business. But is it incredible? No, it's not- it's good. But, I see what we have to do to get there and some of it I had already started a couple weeks ago.

     
  • I started a regimen of nootropics on Saturday and have quadroupled my fish oil dose- all the way up to 8 grams. Incredibly enough, I do believe my brain is adapting faster and I can see it in my violin playing, my business, and programming. I noticed with my brain being stretched in so many directions with BAMM that I was barely keeping up. Also with the extra fish oil and some choline supplementation, and making sure I exercise the same day (all three equally important) I don't get the bad effects of caffeine. No withdrawal, no crashes, just clean energy and focus. I had a megadose of caffeine on Saturday, then went two days without. Nope, nothing (normally I get a headache while I'm on caffeine and then terrible migraine withdrawls start the day after). Overall I'm very excited about what nootropics are doing for me. So far the two major things BAMM has manifested are the book and nootropics. What's next?

     
  • My personal identity in feeling, dressing, walking, posture, voice and subtle body que's I've started to notice have gotten that extra edge. From AM and lots of self-correcting over the years I'd say I had excellent control over all those areas. But now it's gone from 90 to 100%. Loving it. My thoughts are right there too. As I was returning from a walk on the waterfront yesterday I came past a apartment complex being built nearby. I jokingly visualized going up to the foreman and asking "So, how's construction going on my apartments?" Sure, it was a visualization joke but the whole idea felt very natural to me and I believe it may just happen some day. In the past I would have thrown that thought out of my head in no time.

     
  • As some of you have noticed, I see gaining wealth as getting out of prison. The way I see it is this. You may not be in JAIL, but you are still in PRISON. You HAVE to be somewhere at some time (your job). You HAVE to this...you HAVE to that. You CANT do what you love because you have to pay pay PAY when not in money in TIME. You are told when and what you can do by how much you can "afford". Debt and price tags control YOU and what YOU can have. When my eyes were pried open by BAMM and "the book" I was pretty upset. That was the point when I decided there's no way I'm going back now. I will control my finances, they will not control me.

     
  • Last, but not least, living on my terms has come to a peak. As I walked on the waterfront yesterday I realized just how much I was now living on my own terms. Let me tell you, Autonomy feels incredible. It was an extremely foggy day but we have such a perfect waterfront that you can see a complete panorama of ocean, sky and clouds. With all the fog everything was illuminated a true blue and it was like being surrounded in a soft, bright, cool pillow. In the distance I could see subtle shadows of islands and trees. Yet I had nowhere I had to be. Not that day, and not in the days to come. I have become my own ultimate decider, and it feels incredible...as I accumulate wealth though I know I will be able to experience even greater autonomy than I am currently capable of imagining and I am EXCITED. Even under my small current circumstance, I've never felt freedom and peace like this before. In the past I've been able to enjoy nature and take my time, sure. But in the back of my mind, always, there was somewhere I would eventually have to be. I can tell you now, there's no way to fully get rid of that except by living more and more on your terms...enabled by wealth and entrepreneurism...and it feels amazing.

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01-23-2013, 02:43 PM
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RE: Andrew's BAMM Journal
IN short. Cool !

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01-23-2013, 06:12 PM
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Sounds awesome.

I come across a quote last night i'd like to share with you Andrew that applies to what we talked about.

Quote:“If you’re interested in ‘balancing’ work and pleasure, stop trying to balance them. Instead make your work more pleasurable.” -Donald Trump
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01-23-2013, 07:02 PM
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nootropics can be great..if you like supplementing with Choline..you might
want to check out Alpha GPC..its a really powerful and effective form of Choline.
I'm going to buy that book you recommend. I'm curious if you have heard or read anything of
David Neagle's stuff on making money? Its less 'down to earth' but I hear a lot of positive things.

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01-23-2013, 10:29 PM
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Which form of choline are you using?

Have you ever tried noopept?

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01-23-2013, 11:23 PM
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Hi Andrew

I too am following your journal with great interest. Thanks Cool
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01-24-2013, 11:21 AM (This post was last modified: 01-24-2013 11:26 AM by Andrew.)
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RE: Andrew's BAMM Journal
(01-23-2013 07:02 PM)RainbowAbyss Wrote:  nootropics can be great..if you like supplementing with Choline..you might
want to check out Alpha GPC..its a really powerful and effective form of Choline.
I'm going to buy that book you recommend. I'm curious if you have heard or read anything of
David Neagle's stuff on making money? Its less 'down to earth' but I hear a lot of positive things.

I use CholineCDP. It's made by Jarrow Formulas- Sean, I did a little research on noopept and it looks great but I didn't like peoples anecdotal reports from it around the internet so I am sticking to the basic racetams. Rainbow- I haven't read David Neagle, thank you for the suggestion I will take a look. Ultimately the fastlane has (almost) everything I want and am working my way through it a second time.

The nootropics are interesting. Right now my brain is being stretched hard. I just added more to my regimen, at about 10 different non-toxic noo's. My peripheral vision is increased, details pop out more, colors are are more saturated, and my focus is so incredible I'm having trouble multitasking and when a train of thought gets interrupted I get a little frustrated. My brain definitely can't handle this yet, so I'm looking forward to seeing if and when the effects become permanent. Also my logic side has taken over lately and negative emotions are getting minimized.

BTW Benjamin, I've been exploring ways to do just that. Apparently that's the one thing DeMarco's book didn't quite go in to, and I see some recommendations on his forum. One of the recommendations though- Tony Robbins has so many books I have no idea which one focuses on maximizing work enjoyment...

I know Heidi Halvorson's "Succeed" book goes into it, but the lessons and techniques never seem to stick. I think it is because I am not actively trying to make them work. But it's also possible her info wasn't delivered in the best way so I am curious what else is out there. If I can't find anything I will go through her book again.

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01-26-2013, 03:44 PM
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I Like the idea of working smart and efficently over 'working hard', investing MY time energy
and resource's deeply and consistantly over 'working hard',on an on-going basis.
#2) I dont see a 'Labor of Love' Being 'Hard',I see it as a labor of love.
Keith.

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01-26-2013, 10:04 PM
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Well, it's been an interesting couple days. My carving is going well (have attached) and I've worked out some personal things. I booked a flight to Tasmania a few hours ago, which I did not know was a place until this afternoon. Will go end of May when my lease here is up. No idea what's waiting for me there, but I intend to find out Wink


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01-26-2013, 11:05 PM
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YOu're incredible!


I take it also that BAMM deals not only with being immune to rejection stuff ,as well as Being emotionally and mentally self reliant in many ways and doing what you really want to be doing in your life and with your life? IN that sense its very Alpha Like but gender neutral,correct??? as well as 'sourcing' self more from the inside out rather than seeking outwarly/out side one's self???

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01-27-2013, 07:44 AM (This post was last modified: 01-27-2013 07:45 AM by Spiral.)
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Keith I would bet you've got the right idea. That's what ASC has done for me. It's like using ASC has taken me from one side of the spectrum to the other after three months. That program alone is fantastic.. but obviously that doesn't compare to BAMM... I would think anyway.

Anyways nice looking carving so far, Andrew.

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01-27-2013, 02:59 PM
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RECONCILIATION

Day 1. Why is it day 1? Because there are 124 days until March 31st, 2013. Ready or not, that's when I fly to Tasmania. However, I intend to be ready. The fear of unknown will now be my drive to make every day up until then count.

Quote:"Kill Your Heroes"

Well, I met an old man
Dying on a train.
No more destination,
No more pain.
Well, he said
"One thing before I graduate
Never let your fear decide your fate."


-AWOLNATION

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01-27-2013, 03:43 PM
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It has been said By a world famous Man from the East something to the effect of " The KNOWN is what keeps us prisioner,sometimes/often yet it is the UNKNOWN that can set us FREE" I Heard this some 15 years ago and I still agree...fly on.... Andrew into your destiny.
The Bird and the cage are the same. I Believe BAMM is the ticket outta that,to greater freedom,including the generation of wealth and the llike but its sooooo much more, to it than JUST that. Off to grreater freedom.

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01-28-2013, 04:28 AM
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Thanks for that quote Bear. made my morning

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