The Myth of Hard Work

Dwayne Johnson (The Rock), Gary Vaynerchuk and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

There are tons of videos of these guys on YouTube, advocating that you should work your ass off 24/7, if you ever want to get anywhere in life. 

And the audience couldn’t be more enthusiastic. 

As much as I respect the success these people have accomplished, the way they go about it cracks me up. 

First, they bang their heads against a wall of their own creation for 20 or 30 years and then they go on stage, telling everyone that that is how it’s done.

Twenty years from now, these same people will be examples of how
NOT to do it.

Because by then, humans will have figured out how deliberate creation really works and that struggling of any kind is not only unnecessary, but actually counterproductive. 

The reason successful people in the hard-working category are successful is that they believe that there is a connection between physical work and physical manifestation. 

They were raised with this idea, they accepted it and now they are putting it to use. 

And yes, it works. Of course, it does. 

But at what cost?

These guys have been struggling half of their lives away. Some of them in gyms. Some of them in conference rooms. 

The result is the same: wasted time. 

There is no need for this. 

Once you figure out the true workings behind deliberate creation and the underlying law of attraction, you will realize that there are easier ways to get what you want. Much easier ways. 

I don’t know the names of our future idols, yet. 

But I can almost guarantee that they will be young, relaxed and not very muscular.