For the longest time the ppl I surrounded with held me back. I tried to keep all my high school friends. they were my drug friends. the good time friends! not the smartest I know now. lol but I tried to help them to get to my level. It held me back a lot because my friends couldn’t. If I did they gave me shit for acting better than them. I’m not better than them. I just stopped getting fucked up all the time and found that had money. as I got sober I couldn’t watch my friends get fucked up. not because I wanted to. I had to watch them after they were high. not fun!!! but as I cut friends I found that they were steeling from me too. not cool!!! but now That’s behind me I’ve got good ppl around me that support me in every way. and now the Pub too!!! And talking here helps a lot thank you @peter!!!
I love this well stated.
Glad you’re here, Zealot Let’s get it! Today, and into the future
Like I always say, “stop staring at it and just flush it!” That pretty much sums up how useful it is to live staring at the past.
Living in the past is a bad notion. Thinking about the past can be helpful, but not healthy at the same time. I for one have a bad tendency of not managing my money well when I have extra income. Currently, I am debt free with some extra cash at my disposal. Making better decisions will be something I need to overcome in order not to be stuck in the past (high debts).
CAN’T WAIT FOR US TO BE ON THE MOON!
I agree with @nathan words.
Very good lesson. I don’t want to live in past anymore. There’s no way I will go through life by watching behind my back all the time.
It’s nice to reminisce about the past, with friends and talk about the ole time; however, the history is just that. I have always strive to find the silver lining in everything. I’m thankful for the hardship that I have gone through, the difficulties I have faced kept my focus on the now and plan for the future. Onward!
I learned from my past, and then left it where it belongs… in the past
I can tell you prior to starting this program I was unconsciously living in the past but this journey has me living today, facing in my intentionally lead blockchain lifestyle. Thanks again for the good word. Cheers!
Getting into crypto is my first real step in looking at my future. I’ve gotten in early and it has been a roller coaster of emotions. But I continue to learn. Knowledge is a valuable thing when your trying to look ahead instead of behind you.
One of the things that was holding me and sometimes still holds me back unconsciously is being in a really good shape and going to the gym consistently. I mentioned this in previous b90x but there are times when a group of friends or family start talking about getting in better shape/being healthier and I reminiscent about how it was going to the gym every day and how great it felt by being in really good shape.
I recognize that I am not in the same shape and don’t have the same consistency I used to but I made peace with it. I gotta stop chasing a past version of myself and find a new version of me, better and more improved rather than the same as before. Baby steps!
I have made lots of mistakes in the 40 years I have been around. I know I will make lots more. But never the same mistake twice.
I missed out on a few opportunities, I’m not going to miss out on crypto and I’m not going to walk away from my strategy.
At the moment I don’t not think I’m living in the past. I do think I live in the future at times which is just as bad. Being part of the pub and mainly discord makes me very excited to grind and for the future.
I have already posted on day 71. But on Wednesday I went to Wimbledon and watched this guy play.
I have played Tennis since about 9 years of age and I play to a good club level. But today Rodger was the greatest player I have ever seen at Wimbledon. On the 150mile drive home Wednesday evening, I heard him being interviewed on the radio. I quote home. " To win. You have to bring your maximum energy to the court or pitch every time you step out there. Every time" Now thats what being a Pro is all about.
I quote Rodger not home, stupid predictive spelling!
i go back in the past and think was spending money on cars motorbikes and travelling was better than having better financial control and invested when i was younger and where id be now
it holds me back and i feel the resistance from my goals when i have the urge to want something now
i have made my goals and missions and these are the mini battles i must fight to reach them