Day 23 – Unleash Power by Questioning Everything

“Questioning what almost everyone blindly accepts true – takes you to the cutting edge. And the cutting edge just might be the only place you can achieve what you want in life.”

There are some core ideas that must be accepted as true – to keep society functioning. The Golden Rule is one of them. Treat others as you want to be treated. Makes sense. Makes real good sense if you are in business – or have a family.


For society to advance – and for you to make a fortune – or at least have more free time – questioning ideas that are enslaving – seems to be a VERY GOOD idea.

Trading time for money. That seems to be one that is really good to question. (I love being paid for increased productivity – both mine and my clients.) Think about that, then ask this question.

“So how can I make twice as much money, double my free time, and work half as many hours?”

I wrote an article on how I did that today – How Questions Run Your Mind – Free Up Your Life – Double Up – Click here.

Because this is how a went from being a totally broke and stressed out kung fu instructor – to traveling the world – and doing what I do now. I started asking some very interesting questions.

Time to Rock and Roll
Mr Twenty Twenty

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  1. I’d like to return the the Neville Quote and “Taking action”. This puzzled me too for a long time, until I finally decided that what he meant was to take action NOW by visualising and focusing on what you did want and imprinting on your mind that picture of already being doing having that thing. What would it feel like, what would you be doing if that were so. I understood that to be the action, and have found that it takes lots of patience to keep focused as my mind tends to shoot off in all directions and had to be hauled back in again and again. This is certainly action.

    1. Love it Dorothy!

      Action begins in what most people would call the subtle side…. and grows and grows.

      Thank you for sharing something often overlooked.

      See you next time we are nearby.


  2. G’day 20/20, been a while, I am still not all together yet but I am working on it.
    The broke Kung-Fu instructer wasn’t Erle Montaigue, was it??????
    Got some of his materials lately to help me with self.
    Like your thankful bit!!
    Are you still “down under”?????????? permanant???????????
    20/20 forward.
    All the best, Jim Chelepy.

    1. Hi Jim,

      The broke kung fu instructor was me mate. Erle was a great man, lovely to work with.

      Returning down under in a few weeks.

      Hope to see you then. Email me and we will have to connect up.


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