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Published on February 1st, 2013 | by Dan Walsh


The Million Dollar Question

I think I actually read this in 2011, but it’s beautifully written and will galvanize any who blaze their own trail.

I do it too, you know. Metaphorically piss my pants sometimes in the face of opportunity. Though I’m trying to stop doing that.

But why is it so hard to stop? That’s the million dollar question…

And maybe this little countryside area is the answer. The guy who said he’s not willing to put in the effort to control his own income, to make more per hour than he’s currently making, and improve his quality of life.

My buddy who said realistically, he’s not going to follow up on that target plan to get him to $1k/hour rates. (Though, we’ll going to try to do something about that and kick each other’s asses.)

The guy who pitched me on his service business and I said I’d hire him for it exactly as he described and pay exactly what he was asking, and be cool about it as he worked the kinks in his business out.

You know what I think it is?

You won’t be understood once you step off into the abyss.

The more you do it, the more people won’t understand.


Read: The Million Dollar Question by Sebastian Marshall


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One Response to The Million Dollar Question

  1. Tim says:

    The imagery in this article is phenomenal! It felt like I was actually sitting at a train station in rural Japan while contemplating some of the most important decisions we make in life. Beyond the imagery, the message is incredibly insightful.

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