Is It Too Late To Be A Genius / Hustler / Entrepreneur After The Age Of 25?
Embassy of Legacy
The Embassy of Legacy is that place where people respect you after you die. They remember how they felt, how you made them smile, how you did things for them, how you helped them, how they felt much better when they read your words or used your products. And why is that? Because you created and did an action that helped them, and not by dwelling and thinking.
So right now, find something you’re good at and be great at it, be the best at it, and do it a lot. Make sure you’re doing what you did in the last two or three weeks today, tomorrow, and the day after. Do it in twelve or fourteen or eighteen hours a day and you will be so happy because you created amazing things.
Survive and be Happy
Finish what you started and publish it. Edit it first, of course. If it’s software, do some QA, if it’s a book, get a good editor and pay him. Don’t go and look for a company that will gouge you for some editing and publishing. You don’t need that. We’re in 2017. Go to Upwork and hire someone, or at Fiverr, and pay them, and publish, and learn some marketing, and create more. You will own your legacy. I promise you. And if you don’t believe me, go and read about Picasso or any great creator, artist, entrepreneur or whatever.
It’s all about survival. Creating is surviving. Creating is having fewer fights. Creating is having more food, it’s having shelter, having supporters because you made them feel great. It’s having the bigger group of friends or employees/tribe/clan. Most major tribe, or clan, or startup, or company, or religion, or cult, or family.
I don’t care about the definition of your group. I care if you’re helping people and making the world a better place. If you do, and you survive, and help others survive, everything will be better. You will a have a better survival kit. It will help you take care yourself and your loved ones, it will make you a better person, it will make sure you’re alive. So ask yourself one question, “Can I live?”