I never told you this, but I used to live a great life.
I used to have millions of dollars.
I used to create businesses that changed the face of mankind.
I used to have relations with smoking hot women.
I used to write best selling books.
But one day. Everything changed.
My world turned upside down.
I don’t know what happened or what caused it to happen.
I cannot tell you, no matter how hard I try to put the feeling into words…I can’t do it.
All I know is everything stopped.
With a blink of an eye, it was all gone. Everything was stripped from me.
It happened so fast. One minute I had it, the next minute I was naked.
Not only was I naked, but the fog on my glasses that I saw the world through cleared up and for the first time in my life, I saw reality for what it was.
I guess you can say…
I woke up.
In other words, I finally came to the realization that all this time I was living an imaginary life.
…And it was killing me.
What was imaginary?
My entire life was a lie.
It was an illusion designed to bury the thought that I may not have what it takes to turn my dreams into reality.
The millions of dollars, kick ass businesses, smoking hot women, and best selling novels…all existed…but only in my mind.
I was playing make belief.
All because I was a pussy.
Too pussy to do what I had to do in order to get what I desired.
I made myself feel better by leading an imaginary life.
You may think this is stupid and a sign of mental illness, but it’s not.
Because you too are leading an imaginary life.
You have spent countless hours day dreaming of your ideal life. The cars you will drive. The houses you will live in. The girls you will date. The memories you will create.
But years have passed and you’re still in the same position.
All because you are too scared to put yourself to the test.
You’re scared you’re going to give it your all and you’re going to fail. You’re scared you won’t be able to deal with the thought that tells you, “I’m not good enough.”
I get it.
Because all my life I thought the exact same thing.
In fact, it was the thought that robbed me of greatness.
Let me explain…
I didn’t want to come face to face with the thought that told me, “You’re not good enough. You don’t have what it takes.”
I went through life and played it safe. I didn’t risk a damn thing.
It was much safer to fantasize about something than it was to go out there and try to get it.
So that’s exactly what I did. I fantasized, I fantasized, and I fantasized.
I fantasized about driving Lamborghini’s and screwing Victoria Secret models.
I lived an imaginary life.
I read hundreds of self help books, countless blogs such as this one, and listened to a shit ton of audio programs. More than I will ever admit to.
But of course I rationalized and told myself, “I am learning and growing.”
But that was also a lie.
I wasn’t reading like a man possessed to learn, I was reading to procrastinate. I was reading to avoid taking action.
I was only doing it because it was the safe thing to do.
It kept my ego from getting bruised up.
It kept my pride intact.
It kept me thinking I was the greatest of all time, even though I had nothing to show for.
Because I didn’t take action.
But I wasn’t the only one who didn’t take action.
I looked around and I saw thousands of people just like me.
The people on the train with lifeless eyes. My overweight boss. All my friends who spent their Saturday evenings beating off to porn in the dark.
These were all folks who never took action. They dreamed it, they visualized it, and they created imaginary lives just like I did…but they never put the stamp on it. They never acted.
And you know what the scariest thought of all is?
You’re probably one of these people.
You’re just like I was.
So with that said…
Do yourself a favor and stop leading an imaginary life.
Not because it’s robbing you of success, but because it will help you sleep better at night.
I mean, if you were so passionate and driven like you say you are, wouldn’t you have done something about it by now? Wouldn’t you have taken massive action? Wouldn’t you have failed your way to success?
You get the point.
Everyone says they want massive success, but the reality of the situation is quite simple…
Most people are perfectly content leading imaginary lives.
I woke up.
I woke up…and I took the steps I needed in order to turn my imaginary life…into life, period. I’m not there yet, but I’m getting there.
I hope you wake up and take action as well.
And if that means you stop reading bullshit websites such as mine altogether because they only contribute to the imaginary life you create in your mind, so be it. I’m more than happy to lose readers because in my eyes…
My job is to lose readers
My job is to show you, you don’t need WTPOLA or any of these websites for that matter to turn your dreams into reality.
WTPOLA only keeps you from taking action. It creates an imaginary life inside your mind.
A life lived inside the mind, but not in reality.
For that, I apologize from the depths of my soul.
And with that said, I hope you never visit my website again. I truly do…
Because the sun is so much brighter in reality than it is in the life you are living in your mind.
And you owe it to yourself to experience it.
So do like me and turn your imaginary life into life, period.
Peace and happiness.
I’m smiling ear to ear, I hope you are too.
I leave you with one last thing to read (don’t worry, it’s short)…
Read this article –> SHADOW LIVES
May this be the wake up call the world so desperately needed.