Your Tip Is Too Big
Don’t believe everything you read.
Planet Earth is full of contradictions. One person says do this. Another person says do that. Everyone wants to believe their way is the only way.
Information is cold and sterile.
A tip hit-list and shallow guides deny people their learning experience and instead promote hollow imitation—not the ability for an individual to think for themselves, or create their own unique ideas.
Sometimes a particular technique will work. And sometimes it won’t. We shouldn’t be baffled by this paradox. Everyone lives a different perspective, right? There’s no definitive way of doing many things, however, people still search for that “top-secret” which will shortcut the effort needed to naturally acquire a foundation of absolute understanding.
By going through the process of learning a particular interest—nothing will be hidden—because every mistake sheds light on the dark corners of our ignorance. Experts explore the shadows of their interest. People who sit on their ass and read guides explore nothing. You won’t find that fact in any self-help book. You’re welcome.
All I Know Is That I Don’t Know Nothing
People are afraid of mistakes. No one wants to be perceived as a dumb fuck.
Don’t cheapen your experience and dogmatically accept an expert’s fanatical preaching. Honor your skepticism. Discover the truth behind the cold facts.
Ha…Imagine if things were as easy as reading a list of techniques! Obviously…nothing is that simple. Otherwise…we’d all be great at everything…have six-pack abs…and all that other really cool shit. Don’t cheapen your experience or you may forfeit your own unique aspects and become another expert’s parrot.
It’s not enough to simply know a few facts.
We need to understand why the facts are true, or we’ll never be able to think for ourselves. The foundation of your experience warms a fact above freezing temperatures.
No longer is information cold—you breathed your life into it.