Let Go

Originally Published February 9th, 2019

Fujifilm x30-18Hey gang, 

It’s me Tim, I just wanted to say, meeting you and getting to see you the other day was one of the best moments of my life. 

Some of you will get the reference.

I’m doing something right now and I can’t say what—but I’ll tell you soon.

Time for another thought experiment.

I was introduced to a concept recently—it’s minimalist in nature.

It deals with letting go.

We focus on what we need to do, what we need to buy, what we need to add to our lives etc.

Instead—focus on what you can let go of, in order to reach your goals and become the human you were meant to be.

For example—instead of saying “how do I make more money?” ask yourself “how can I spend less money so that I’ll have more?”.

Instead of complaining about not having any time—cut out time wasters such as social media, Netflix, and the Xbox.

Sell your belongings that you don’t use—or better yet—give them to someone who could use it.

Stop buying junk.

Say no more.

It’s all about trimming away the excess—making life less complicated—more simple.

Try it out.

Spend a month letting go.

Tell me how it goes.

—Tim

 

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