Your past is dead so act like it

It’s good to be respectful of people’s time.

If you ever send someone a request for advice, for God’s sake don’t include pages of your life’s story.

Keep it short and to the point.

Write in a brief and precise way.

All that matters is:

  1. What is your current situation?
  2. Are you willing to actually deal with your current situation?
  3. Where are you positioned in your current life span? In other words, “How much time do you have before you’re probably dead?”

They rarely need to know anything else.


Because your past is dead.

What happened is what happened.

What you did, is what you did, because it seemed like the thing to do at the time.

No matter how powerful, rich, and brilliant you are, you can’t go back and change it.

The best you can do is to learn from the past.

There are things you did in the past that worked for you.

Keep doing them.

There are things you did in the past that didn’t work for you.

Stop doing them.

Your future is created from what you do in the present.

Focus on the present.

It’s the only thing that matters.

Your past is dead.

Own your present.

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