You will be happy to know that the Badmin has been pulling 20+ hour days putting together the paperback version of New World Ronin. It will be out very soon.
In the meantime, I went to visit the castle that William Randolph Hearst had built in California. It was quite a stunning feat of architecture and beauty.
Hearst Castle took 27 years to build, and when Hearst died he was only 50% finished with it (pics). His son remarked that Hearst could have lived another 100 years and he still would have only been 50% finished with his castle.
This is because Hearst was never satisfied, he was constantly evolving, constantly changing, and constantly moving forward with new plans. He was never satisfied – which is another word for stuck – he was always pushing for more.
I had to have a good laugh because I am always constantly trying something new, pushing the boundaries further, and I am never satisfied.
The goal of a well-lived life is to die with unfinished business. The worst thing you can ever be in life is finished. What happens when you’re finished? You’re finished! That’s what happens.
Lesson? Always be hungry like William. Rule? Always move forward like I said. The next time we speak I will tell you exactly how you can change your life and move forward – towards your future – in the snap of a finger.
Literally anyone can change their life in the snap of a finger. Literally anyone! Tomorrow, I will tell you exactly how. I’d love to tell you right now but my lieutenant and I were stuck in 7 hours of traffic, which drains energy. I want to tell you with fresh eyes and fresh energy, so come and see me tomorrow, ok?
PS – I am but a humble man. You can call me Nick, you can call me Victor, or you can simply call me God of War – as long as you come see me tomorrow! I want to help you live. There is no bigger purpose in my heart than this – I want to show you to be alive!
Until tomorrow, here is a picture of the ghost with the most, Victor Pride, resurrected and walking on water; loving life and living every minute. You can too, if you come and see me tomorrow.