Admit it. You have fantasized about winning the lottery. We all have. What would your life look like if money wasn’t a factor?
“The most precious things in life are not those you get for money.”
– Albert Einstein
In this podcast, we explore how to make money your friend, not your enemy. Using Einstein’s Mass-Energy Equivalence Equation, I will show you how successful people get the things they want.
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What Is the Einstein Money Paradox?
E = mc2
Energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.
This simple equation offers a lens through which we can better understand our relationship with money.
Much like how the lemniscate (∞) offers us the opportunity to see both eight and infinity, this equation presents a worldview of both scarce material and abundant energy.
What Causes the Rat Race?
The scare material worldview causes many to spin their wheels while never really accomplishing much.
“The more we associate experience with cash value, the more we think that money is what we need to live. And the more we associate money with life, the more we convince ourselves that we are too poor to buy our freedom.” – Rolf Potts, Vagabonding
How Can You Do What You Want to Do?
Commit your most abundant resources: talent, time, and energy.
Make the choice to do it, and then take action.
Money follows energy.
Maximize the Energy
The energy will be maximized when you do good. How do you do good?
Do what you want with kindness, truth, and beauty.
Remember when we looked at Dali and Disney in Realize Who You Are? Both did just that, and consequently they found ways to fund their mad ideas.
Jordan Pearce Goes on the Adventure of a Lifetime
Jordan Pearce, the 20 year old creator of Spirit Science, sold all of his possessions and chose to go on his Spirit Quest. He hopped on a plane from Winnipeg to LA with $200 to his name. From there he ventured around California, New Jersey, Asheville, Australia, Boulder, and more.
His story proves anyone can do what they want if they simply commit their energy, time, and talent.
Apply the insights gained from this simple equation to your day to day life. Maximize your energy.
1. I am not a guru. I, like you, am exploring my own true self throughout the Great Adventure.
2. If you have an idea for a podcast you would like to see or a question answered in an upcoming episode,
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