In this episode , we delve into the powerful insights shared by Jason in his podcast episode, where he introduces YouSquared by Price Pritchett. In this captivating story of a fly’s struggle for freedom, we discover valuable lessons that can fuel personal growth and unleash our true potential.
Immersing Yourself in the Story: The Metaphor of Struggle
Jason begins by immersing us in the context of the story. He presents a brief metaphor of struggle in life through the journey of a fly seeking a safe flight. Just like the fly, we encounter struggles that can act as traps, hindering our progress and fulfillment.
Embracing Challenges: The Promise of Life
Amidst challenges, Jason encourages us to never give up. He emphasizes the promise of life for the fly, where with just 10 seconds of flying time, it can reach and witness the outside world beyond its self-imposed trap. This lesson urges us to seek breakthroughs with persistence and determination.
Sustainable Consistency: A Sensible Life Lesson
Jason highlights the importance of achieving sustainability and consistency in our life goals. By maintaining a sense of balance and perseverance, we can progress towards our aspirations and overcome obstacles.
Finding Balance: Avoiding Excessive Effort
Your level of performance, the physical and material, is based on these built-in biases and belief systems. Breaking free from these dogmatic, belief-based systems will certainly boost your fulfillment in life. Jason strongly encourages us to literally “squaring yourself”, it will only take less effort than you ever did in the past.
We are carbon based beings that are made out of universal matter. Think of it, if we are entirely made out of universal particles how come we don’t charge ourselves into the maximum limit? It should be imperative to you, as an entity of Creation capable of giving love, that we should take care of ourselves. Be the best version of you.
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1:00- Jason introduces a new book; You 2 by Price Pritchett.
1:20- Immerse and put yourself into the context of the story. Jason tells a brief metaphor of struggle in life. This is a story of a fly haggling its way to a safe flight.
1:39- Struggles are part of the trap.
2:44- Never give up in the midst of challenges. Just like the promise of life for the fly, with just 10 seconds of flying time it can reach and see the outside world beyond the self imposed trap.
3:10- Seek a breakthrough with more of the same. One of the more sensible lessons in life is achieving a sense of sustainability and consistency to your life goals.
3:24- Don’t try so hard. It might be the cause of your eventual downfall or immediate failure.
3:42- Pause and think for a moment. A lot of people can gather lessons from the fly story.
3:59- Just like the fly, we have such a short story, a finite time to live this life.
4:35- Do not be discouraged by your pessimistic thoughts. You will make it out of this life alive and well.
4:58- Never give up. I don’t know how close you are to winning life at every opportunity or moment.
5:00- How many of us have lived our life in belief?
5:29- Do not ever fall to the traps of belief systems. It will only act as a dictating mechanism that hinders your full ability to act on Free Will.
5:47- Knowing your limits means foundation for maturity.
6:21- Right now at this moment you are capable of exponential performance. You can multiply your personal effectiveness to break new records of achievement.
7:00- If you are ready, life is always here to give you a breaking experience. Change is inevitable and often it comes to the moment when we aren’t ready to handle change.
7:45- Your level of performance, the physical and material, is based on these built-in biases and belief systems. Breaking free from these dogmatic, belief-based systems will certainly boost your fulfillment in life.
8:04- The subconscious will react to motivate us to push further.
8:30- Try to activate your spirit of volunteerism.
8:41- No matter what things we think we’ve achieved we’re still barely scratching the surface.
9:24- The nexus of all your activities, functions, and purpose in life will gather to springload yourself into a “Quantum Leap” experience.
9:41- Jason defines quantum leaping. In essence, Quantum Leap is a phenomenon of matter projecting within the electromagnetic spectrum. Like matter, a human can explode into minute details through his actions, thoughts, and spirit influencing the universe.
10:45- In every literal sense taking the Quantum Leap means taking a risk or opportunity to break free from the ordinary into the extra-ordinary.
11:10- Pause as an individual and then think.
11:24- The laws that govern the universe are the same laws that govern us.
11:55- We are carbon based beings that are made out of universal matter. Think of it, if we are entirely made out of universal particles how come we don’t charge ourselves into the maximum limit?
12:50- Personal beliefs will always tamper your opportunity to grow.
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