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RE: LTU 5: The Journey 1
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LTU 5: The Journey Men's Journals
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LTU 5 has been a much smoother ride so far. Far more manageable for me.

Most noticeable benefits have been less fear, less stress, and more self-esteem. I'm less worried about speaking up and believe more that I have a right to be heard.

From somebody who works in marketing and has spent their life interested in psychology, persuasion, seduction, literature, film, TV, I'm slowly having a change in mindset. All the things I thought were important, or to be respected, such as great actors, writers, etc. seem less important now. I've realized at best all a great work of art can do is to inspire somebody to advance civilization, and at worse is encourages escapism and an excuse to hide away from problems instead of confronting them... something I've been doing my whole life.

I'm less concerned with being sexy and having a great body. This is big for me, as it was always one of the primary focuses in my life. My idols are changing from people like Marlon Brando and fictional characters like Don Draper to people who have advanced humanity through innovation like Tesla and lately Musk.

My knowledge of subjects like physics, engineering, maths and generally anything that uses the left brain I thought of as lesser than right brained subjects, but now I think my avoidance was based in fear of the fact I know so little and to start learning now is such a huge mountain to climb. But I think it's time for the climb to begin. I'm 27 so although it's late to start, I don't believe it's TOO late.

My current goals are to learn scripting and then begin to tackle things like engineering, biology, physics. Eventually I want to be able to contribute toward things like curing diseases, sustainable energy, artificial intelligence. LTU has me feeling very motivated in these directions.

My biggest hindrance is that I'm not very naturally intelligent. I don't have random insights, creative moments, a great memory or a super logical brain. I'm just a pretty standard guy... which causes me frustration as I think how can I make a difference without the faculties to make it happen?