Follow this logical proof… 1. Upside comes from adding value. 2. Adding value requires contributing something to the world that...

Follow this logical proof… 1. Upside comes from adding value. 2. Adding value requires contributing something to the world that doesn’t already exist. 3. The world is already full (time is full, space is full, etc) 4. So if something doesn’t already exist in the world we first need to create the space for it to exist. 5. Creating space for anything new means creating separation among what already is. 6. The only thing in the world we control is ourselves so to create space for something new we must create separation between the world and ourselves. 7. Like all things we do this feels uncomfortable in inverse proportion to how often we do it. 8. So if we practice consistently being separate from the world we will not resist doing it when it’s time to create space for something new. 9. And if we live separate from the world the space for new things will always be there. 10. Thus by not fitting in we create and preserve the space for adding value as we figure out how. This is why the richest among us are the “weirdest” among us… separation is the precondition for value and those who don’t fit in create the most space to fill with it.

Follow this logical proof…

1. Upside comes from adding value.
2. Adding value requires contributing something to the world that...


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Follow this logical proof…

1. Upside comes from adding value.
2. Adding value requires contributing something to the world that doesn’t already exist.
3. The world is already full (time is full, space is full, etc)
4. So if something doesn’t already exist in the world we first need to create the space for it to exist.
5. Creating space for anything new means creating separation among what already is.
6. The only thing in the world we control is ourselves so to create space for something new we must create separation between the world and ourselves.
7. Like all things we do this feels uncomfortable in inverse proportion to how often we do it.
8. So if we practice consistently being separate from the world we will not resist doing it when it’s time to create space for something new.
9. And if we live separate from the world the space for new things will always be there.
10. Thus by not fitting in we create and preserve the space for adding value as we figure out how.

This is why the richest among us are the “weirdest” among us… separation is the precondition for value and those who don’t fit in create the most space to fill with it.