At dinner I was reading an article by James Altucher, one of my favorite authors. This is what the article said:
When you look for experience and random coincidence, you often find it. But I find you have to be open to it.
I thought to myself, “It’d be cool to meet James one of these days.
On the way back from the restaurant, who did I run into?
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 3, 2016
He was playing chess with some locals while a beautiful woman watched.
I told him his work mattered and that he was making a difference in the world.
The university is giving off a vibration.
You may even be controlling your own reality.
Some would say that on any given day, nothing happens. When nothing happens, we don’t notice it. When something happens, we reason backwards, assigning more meaning to a coincidence than it deserves.
(I know all of the arguments in favor of “skepticism.” I also know that I manifest my reality daily in ways that I’d never make public, lest someone try locking me up.)
You can imagine that nothing you do matters. Everything is predetermined. There is no magic or beauty in the world.
Or you can imagine your own reality.
Even if I’m wrong, my life is far better than those who believe differently than I do.
If you think this post is weird and you don’t want magic in your life, beware of Gorilla Mindset, which teaches you how to create your own destiny.
One week later James and I sat down to talk about YOUR life. Here’s what we had to say: