How Billionaires Live: How Successful People Think and Behave
By Samuel River
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Many people think I'm smart, but I actually do more stupid mistakes than any of them, and most of those mistakes are too obvious to be considered mistakes of a smart person.
It's just gets worse when someone reads my books and then wonders why I don't apply what I write about. It's quite complex to explain, even for me, being the responsible person for the words written.
One thing that many people don't understand is that being dynamic requires a kind of self-annihilation of the personality. When I move from one book to the next, I'm the person of the latest, not the one of the first. What I knew was forgotten. My focus changed and the patterns of my thoughts as well. And unless I had multiple-personality disorder, the only way possible for someone to shift so fast, is by transmuting the personality, changing it, and adapting it to the new paradigm. And humans, generally speaking, are like this. Except that they move so slow in life, that have the illusion of permanency. That's what memory actually is, an illusion.
The person that doesn't know who he is, is merely forgetting too fast, because he or she changes faster than the others. It's a good quality. Except that the rest of the world moves so slow, that we then feel out of reach, lost, depressed and confused. And that's when we do stupid things, not because of who we are but who we want to be and can't.
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