I spoke with a random guy in Rite Aid (a store) today. It felt good and unforced. I learned a lot today by the way upon meeting him. Real people matter and don’t judge a book by it’s cover. The guy played a good and fun joke to get my attention to later find out we share the same high school, and also practice the same reading techniques and how we both are masters at researching.
I was wearing an OBEY hat, and he approached me and said, “I shall obey you my master, what shall I do.” Now yes to a regular person, you might dismiss the guy for a corny attempt, but I played right along and said, “I command you to have a great day today and share with the world a big smile.” He then smiled and we both laughed and I shook his hand and said hello. He then explained why he said what he said and I realized oh snap I did have the hat on.
We then shared a 10-minute conversation about where to buy the hat, to working out, to also which school we went to. Maybe he knew me or remember me and I don’t but it was a fun and engaged conversation.
The deep part of the conversation was how it only takes about 20 minutes per day to read a few articles online to be a much smarter human and willing to share info with strangers to help benefit their lives. This is like one of the mantras I live by, so to see someone do the same back to me, was simply amazing. Today was special and I happy to happened to me.
I am kicking out high levels of positivity these days, I can’t imagine how far this blast of energy will go. As I tell people every day, I am all about WORKING. I LOVE TO WORK, for me working is not a task, it’s a mentality of putting forth effort.
When I am working, I am putting forth massive amounts of energy. You might not always see what I am actually working on, and how I am doing it, but I am highly active and engaged.
Whatever you think I consider work or what you perceive I am actually doing, I am doing far more work in my mind to align and plan and plot out routes that were never created. I think this is the main misconceptions people have about me. They only see what is standing in front of them. I am looking far beyond what you can actually see, feel, experience, and what will happen after doing the task or amounts of effort, what will be the major effect or result. It’s a tough road being a uber creative, intelligent, and professional person of my statue.
I just wanted to share this post with the world and for myself to read and remember to explain to someone at a future date. You see, I did the same action I just spoke about in this post. 🙂