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"It's not the daily increase but the daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential."

- Bruce Lee

Focus. Motivation. Clarity. Perseverance. Determination. Unshakable-ness. And yet flexible enough to know you can be wrong, and understanding this is a learning journey and not a destination. 

Seeing your thoughts as separate from your "self" and being able to choose where you apply your attention. Regain autonomy over the attention economy.

How would you like to craft an experiment where you insert a 20 minute gap between the desire for some "thing", and getting the object of desire? So you feel the desire to comfort eat/scroll/behaviour you wonder about changing... and instead of acting out, you notice the desire and grow to enjoy the desire more than the object. How would it feel to grow that enjoyment? Increase the focus on what's really going on and avoid the trap. This is available. 


Would you like to take your cognitive abilities to a feeling of ten-fold precision and focus? What if you could do it with literally nothing but water (and maybe some tea or coffee, but not extra caffeine)? Increase your reading and writing speed, be more articulate, and say what you mean and mean what you say. Without any special pill...? Sound good? You were born with it. When we eat and consume food, our resources are massively diverted in order to process and take advantage of all the nutrients and calories. And, truth be told, we've been mislead. Breakfast is not the most important meal of the day. Whatever meal you're eating is the most important, and it should be as nutrient dense, anti-inflammatory, whole food based as possible. 

And, not eating allows the body to heal, fat to get accessed for fuel, special hormones to be produced, and for the brain to get super-charged by seeing the benefits that come out of this fasting state. 

What helps you focus? Where do you feel you have lost some of your focus? How important is it to you to take another look at what's going on here? What would you be willing to try in favour of increased focus? 

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