I have been hearing about James Altucher on the periphery. Thoreau describes this type of discovery, as the "side eye" in his writer's journal. Not to go too far off on a tangent, but reading the Thoreau journals has been a summer pleasure project for me. Just when you think it a bit too erudite or precious--bam--an insight hits that defies the 1800s origin of the writing.
Head over to the LONDONREAL episode here. Or take a look at his book Choosing Yourself. There is something humbling about a writer's journey. All of the lessons learned from failure along the way but the most amazing part is how to rise up and do it again--sometimes better--but sometimes not. But always stronger.
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