Monthly Archives: December 2020



The only thing you need is a spark, an “ah-ha” moment, to keep you going or to get you started, again. I believe that you can do it, Randy Gage. I have been saying it again and again to myself, to others: “We need some type of savior, a person that will turn this turmoil around”. I have the vision of what needs to be done. However, I couldn’t find the “what’s” and “how’s” it should be done. You’ve got it, Randy!


When you are in a desperate situation, your mind cannot help you to get out of that slump. Sometimes, it takes the external force to get you connected again. Sometimes, you ache so much that you cannot find your way back. But then, from nowhere, it becomes now here. You get that small energy ball from within that wants to connect to the infinite ball of fire that is out there.

I don’t know how long “my meat suit” has left on this planet earth, and it doesn’t really matter. What matters is what am I going to do with what time I have left? So, for my first venture of 2021, I will be taking care of what is most precious to me: “MOI”. I understand that to build prosperity I need to solve problems for our customers and add value to the customers. In 2021, I am that customer. I will solve my problems and I will add value to myself. Selfish? Nope!

Right now, I am working night shift as a dispatch for a transport company. It is a blessing. The first 5 hours are somewhat busy but after midnight, if we get 3 to 4 calls between myself and one other employee, we are what we call lucky. I have all that time to read, study, write, and meditate. I am grateful for that time.

I have exactly 35 months before I retire (well, I mean retire to what I want to do for the rest of my life), and then I am going to work on my dream. I am not telling you what is my dream. I am following on simple step that I have finally understood, after 62 years: it is highlighted and underscored a bit farther down in Module 1. (neat trick to make you read all this stuff – it’s worth it).

I will be diligently working and developing my 7 philosophies to regulate the level of prosperity. I took these from blogs that Randy Gage wrote. If you want to read those you can start here.

  1. Health: I believe that I am an integral co-creator in my mental and physical health.
  2. Relationship: I will surround myself with people who challenges me in a positive way: these people see a higher vision of myself and inspire me to seek it.
  3. Environment: I can make my surroundings harmonious and inspirational.
  4. Leverage: I will dedicate my time to learning knowledge that my mind can apply to earnings. I can then start a cycle where every day I will wake up wealthier than when I was when I went to sleep the night before – and continue on that cycle for the rest of my life.
  5. Spirituality: I will manifest prosperity to the degree I believe I am worthy of it. Co-creators have pride of ownership in their lives and they take personal responsibility for them. And only then can I manifest true prosperity.
  6. Financial: I will filter my decisions through lifestyle. I am waking up every morning wealthier than when I went to sleep the night before. These are 9 points Randy Gage has regarding personal finances.
    1. If you want to create wealth, you have to take in more money than you spend.
    2. Don’t seek financial advice from broke people.
    3. You never go broke from the deal you didn’t do.
    4. Poverty is a sin.
    5. Either you use leverage, or you’re being used for someone else’s leverage.
    6. You don’t have to be an “investor” to grow your wealth, just financially literate.
    7. Your goal is to wake up each morning wealthier than when you went to sleep.
    8. An employee can create wealth just as well as an entrepreneur can.
    9. Don’t be a DFM. Dumb fucking moron.
  7. Purpose: What is my philosophy of life? My philosophy is best expressed and demonstrated by my day-to-day actions – how I live my life. My highest moral purpose must be my own happiness. My first and foremost goal in life is to be happy – FEEL GOOD.

I am also going to work on the 5 modules that Randy Gage suggests regarding Financial Freedom.

Module 1: Hone your critical thinking skills. Herd thinking will keep you sick, broke and ignorant. Be willing to be different and don’t look for approval from external sources. Turn your social media feed into a university for enlightenment.

Module 2: Develop your financial literacy.

Module 3: Create your “Get out of debt” plan

  • Eliminate credit card debt
  • Pay car loan

Module 4: Set up your investment trading accounts

Module 5: Monitor don’t micro-manage.

If you really want to know more about this, you can go at Randy Gage’s blog and read. Here is the link:

I am also going to restart my “FEEL GOOD” webinar. One of the reason I will be working on this a lot is to continue working on my own personality and also helping others to find who they are. And, at the same time I will be on a quest: finding a mate. Sound funny but I read something the other day and it kind of lite a small spark that I need to nourish. It said: “You don’t necessarily need a mate with the same personality as you have (that part I understand). What you need is to know what kind of personality they have so that you can understand them.” So, that made me think: “What if, by helping others find themselves, I could eventually find that person, mate, and at the same time understand him?” Hmmmm…. Well, we’ll see how this one goes.

I also want at this point wish you the best of year. I truly believe that if each individual would go for a more positive aspect of life, life on this planet would be wonderful: a good FEEL GOOD place. Maybe, like I mention at the beginning of this post, just maybe a word, a gesture from a friend or something you read would help you get out of bad feelings and start working on yourself, to better yourself. It is, by the way, the only way. It is not in trying to change the world or others that your life is going to get better, but by bettering yourself. When everyone will understand this concept, it will be a FEEL GOOD place to live.




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