It is incredibly satisfying to have control; for the world to make sense, and to be able to determine your own destiny. And as time marches on, you’ll become tenacious about maintaining this new command because life just keeps getting better and better.
I belabor this point because it is key: once the work the system methodology is internalized and applied, you will be a different person living a different life. Here’s how it will be for you: no more feeling anxious in the morning, your head filling with encroaching worries even before you get out of bed. During the day, no more long hours spent killing fires. No more evenings spent buried in paperwork or sitting exhausted, zombielike in front of the TV with no hope of relief tomorrow.
Instead, at the end of the day you look back to see that you spent your hours immersed in one-time creative projects and productive conversations with staff, customers, friends, and family. You feel gratification that the day’s efforts were further incremental steps toward even more freedom and prosperity. You don’t pine for the big break because it’s clear the big break is already occurring piece by piece, step by step.
In charge of your life from dawn to dusk, you know you are building your destiny in a solid and honorable way.
In your day, you have not just made incremental progress toward your most important goals, you have also spent time with the people who matter most to you.
There’s plenty enough money now, and your circle of influence is growing.
You are happy with yourself. You know why your life is what you always wanted it to be. It’s because of you: you did that to you!
The systems mindset is logical. But it’s magical too, as the world you used to take for granted erupts into magnificence.