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Heyz I'd like to know if your mentorship program is still available.
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Have your mentorship program started already? Also, is there a certificate to be given after the mentorship?
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Angus Zonny wrote: January 14th, 2024, 11:20 am Heyz I'd like to know if your mentorship program is still available.
Hi, Angus Zonny,

Yes, it's still available. You can sign up for my free mentoring at:

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Jane Honda wrote: January 14th, 2024, 2:24 pm Have your mentorship program started already? Also, is there a certificate to be given after the mentorship?
Hi, Jane Honda,

You can start the mentoring program anytime. And, yes, I can give you a certificate after you complete the mentorship program. Here is the link for the full details and to sign up:

OnlineBookClub.org/offers/mentoring.php


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"The mind is a wonderful servant but a terrible master."

I believe spiritual freedom (a.k.a. self-discipline) manifests as bravery, confidence, grace, honesty, love, and inner peace.
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HinScott,
What was your vision for OBC. Have you achieved it ot not?
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"Neither money, fame, friends, attention, nor sex can give you inner peace (a.k.a. true happiness)." True words.
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How did you know that you wanted to be a writer along with being a coder as well?
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I'm currently in my college, 1st year...
How do I manage everything around me?
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Eckhart Aurelius Hughes wrote: November 3rd, 2022, 11:11 am
Le-nic Pretorius wrote: November 3rd, 2022, 10:42 am Hi! I hope that you are well. So my question is not book related but a bit of fun if you are up for it - two truths and one lie. Your lovely readers can then guess which statement is a lie. Have an amazing week!
Good idea!

1. I'm left-handed.

2. I've never donated blood.

3. I'm a vegetarian.


Which is the lie? :lol:
I think the third option is a lie (I'm a vegetarian)
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Chitra Ayengar wrote: February 3rd, 2024, 1:15 am
Eckhart Aurelius Hughes wrote: November 3rd, 2022, 11:11 am
Le-nic Pretorius wrote: November 3rd, 2022, 10:42 am Hi! I hope that you are well. So my question is not book related but a bit of fun if you are up for it - two truths and one lie. Your lovely readers can then guess which statement is a lie. Have an amazing week!
Good idea!

1. I'm left-handed.

2. I've never donated blood.

3. I'm a vegetarian.


Which is the lie? :lol:
I think the third option is a lie (I'm a vegetarian)
Nope. :)

I really am a vegetarian. I have been for about 15 years.
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Chitra Ayengar wrote: February 2nd, 2024, 2:04 pm HinScott,
What was your vision for OBC. Have you achieved it or not?
Hi, Chitra Ayengar,

Thank you for your question.

Since you have used the past tense ('was' vs 'is'), it will take some more details for me to fully understand the question: namely, at what point in time exactly?

My vision a day ago will be different than my vision a month ago, and my vision a month ago will be different than my vision a year ago, and my vision a year ago will be very different than my vision was 10 or 15 years ago.

In short, the further you go back, the more likely it is that I have not only achieved the vision but exceeded it. The closer you get to the present, the more likely it is we will be talking about new goals/visions I have recently formed to continue the wonderfully endless chase and infinite game, meaning they would be goals/visions on which I am still working. And once those goals/visions are achieved, I will then make even more new ones.

I have already achieved countless visions for OnlineBookClub, and made more new visions that I have yet to achieve, and as soon as I achieve those, I will make even more new ones so that I will always have unachieved visions.

As explained in my book In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All explains and proves, living in a state of having unfulfilled desires, unmet goals, and yet-to-be-achieved visions is the human condition. As long as you are alive as human, meaning whenever and wherever you are alive as a conscious human, you will (in that time and place) have unfilled desires, unmet goals, and unachieved visions. We are all like Sisyphus in that way: It's an endless battle; it's an infinite game. True happiness (a.k.a. inner peace) comes not from achieving any goals or external success, but rather from learning to be happy in the state of having unfulfilled desires, goals, and visions. It's learning to be thankful and grateful that you have unfulfilled desires, unmet goals, and unachieved visions, so that you get to play the wonderful endless game of externally fighting for those things with your physical body. In other words, it's learning to love the endless work and love the endless journey, rather than sacrificing true happiness (a.k.a. inner peace) by creating a false idol of the end of the endless journey, an end which doesn't exist because it can't; it's an impossible imaginary absurdity (and would be terribly boring!), a frozen time where there is no desire left, no goals, no vision, and nothing worth doing. It's an impossible outer stillness and outer peace, but those are not in touch with the invincible inner stillness and invincible inner peace that is already deep within each of us then create a consolation prize out of the impossible false idol of somehow one day hopefully achieving that state of absurd boring outer stillness and outer peace, meaning a state where you have no desires, no goals, no vision, and nothing worth doing.

Maybe it's not about OnlineBookClub or my career or business, but I can tell you this: Insofar as my goal or vision ever was to be happy, meaning truly happy in the sense of having wonderful invincible inner peace (i.e. what some would even call Nirvana or Grace or Salvation), then I have already achieved that. And I can tell you this about it: It costs nothing and it takes 0 seconds to achieve. You can have it now for free. You don't need a map because you could find it on your own, but if you want a map and some help, my book is the map: In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All. If you read it and strictly follow its teachings, especially the eleven numbered suggestions at the end, you will have invincible inner peace (a.k.a. true happiness), instantly at no financial cost to you.


"I got big dreams; I got big goals. / You see my old ones now because I live those."
- Mike Posner, Come Home



With love,
Eckhart Aurelius Hughes
a.k.a. Scott


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I've learnt a lot from your answers to many questions. So I want to ask these. How do you balance the pursuit of your goals with other aspects of your life, such as work, family, and personal interests? & How do you stay motivated when progress towards a goal is slow or when facing setbacks?
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Cryptic Spy wrote: February 3rd, 2024, 12:58 am How did you know that you wanted to be a writer along with being a coder as well?
Hi, Cryptic Spy,

I believe that question has already been answered via the following previous Q&As:

What motivated you to write your first book?

I read that you created OnlineBookClub at 19. Did you learn web programming in school or was it self-taught? Did you have any other startups that did not do as well?

What was your motivation for creating OnlineBookClub?


If the above Q&As do not answer your question(s), please do re-ask your question with additional elaboration and specification, focusing on how your question differs in meaning from the ones above, so that I can be sure to answer your question for you. :)


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Cryptic Spy wrote: February 3rd, 2024, 12:58 am I'm currently in my college, 1st year...
How do I manage everything around me?
Hi, Cryptic Spy,

Thank you for your question. However, it is very vague, so I am not sure I understand your meaning fully.

Nonetheless, my primary suggestion to you is to first carefully and slowly read my book, In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All, twice.

The reason for reading it at least twice is explained here.

Then, my next piece of advice for you is to do your absolute best to strictly follow all eleven of the numbered suggestions at the end of the book.

If you do that, you will surely have invincible free-spirited inner peace (a.k.a. inspired consistent true happiness), which in turn will come along with having incredible grace and gracefulness, meaning you will be able to play and juggle whatever cards and punches life is throwing your way with happy grace and infinite ease.

You will then be approaching life and its exciting endless challenges in the way the best martial arts master in the entire world would approach a martial arts fight. You will respond to it with a happy calm confidence competence that is so empoweringly and enricheningly graceful that it seems supernatural.

In other words, my book (In It Together) will teach you how to feel neither overwhelmed nor underwhelmed but perfectly whelmed, a powerful state better known as inner peace, grace, or gracefulness that comes with instant invincible free-spirited happiness and also leads to seemingly supernatural levels of external success and achievements, such as making huge amounts of money or achieving ridiculous results in the gym, or whatever your unique external goals happen to be.


Beyond that, you may also find my answers to the following previous Q&As relevant and/or helpful:


- How are you able to balance your work and do it so efficiently? How do balance your time so well to accomplish all you do?

- How did you handle it when you were a full-time single parent of two young kids?

- How did you manage to sleep between jobs and taking care of your children when they were young?

- I need some ideas on what to do when you are parenting alone between work and caring for the young children.

- How do I combine my school activities with work?

- How did you manage to get all parts of your life in order while en route to success? It seems like you had everything all planned out.

- How can I balance two competing priorities (e.g. fitness goals vs having fun and not being bored)? (includes notes on prioritization with helpful analogy of rocks/pebbles/sand)

- How does it feel to run many websites? (includes notes on compartmentalizing and monotasking)

- Can one multitask occupation? For instance, can one be a doctor, engineer and an artist at the same time?

- I am just awestruck. You are a founder, a coder, and a dad on top of that. How do manage it all?


Some common themes you will see in my answers to the above questions are as follows:

1. Determine your actual real priorities. Namely, this answer provides a helpful analogy of thinking of different level priorities as different sized rocks.

2. Compartmentalizing

3. Monotasking

4. Do less, better. (That is the title of a chapter from my book.)


Here are a couple especially relevant excerpts from the answers I have linked above:

Eckhart Aurelius Hughes wrote: January 31st, 2024, 4:41 pm My system for maintaining inner peace and achieving huge external success with incredible grace, confidence, and happy ease is built on honestly determining what one's own priorities are, in order, and then making absolutely certain to take care of #1 before taking care of #2 and to do #2 before #3 and so on. I look at the big priorities and top goals like big rocks, and look at the the lower priorities as sand, and look at it is if I am looking to fill a finite sack. I put the big rocks in first, then once I am sure I have got those in there, I pour in as much sand as I can.

If you put the sand in first, then you won't have room for the rocks.

[...]

Even if in reality you won't have to choose between the two in the most extreme black-and-white binary way, such that you can have all of one and still some of the other, it's typically very helpful to start by hypothetically imagining you only had the binary option of all of first and none of the second vs none of the first and all of the second. And that's just so you can understand what you real #1 priority is, meaning what your biggest rock is and thus also which is just some of of the infinite sand and pebbles in comparison. It's just some of the infinite of pile of available extra icing some of which you might throw on top if you have some time left.

[...]

The seeming conflicts (e.g. maintaining sobriety while maintaining friendships, losing weight while still eating tasty snacks and not feeling hunger, etc.) tend to evaporate once one takes the time to do the self-exploration and meditation to honestly know oneself. The false appearance of conflict arises from trying to fit an impossible amount of rocks and sand in a bag, and then one in that situation might ask me how they can fit even more rocks and sand in their bag. My answer is you cannot. It is impossible. Instead, I suggest you start emptying your cup. A cup is useful because of it's emptiness. Conceptually take everything out of your finite bag; in your mind, dump out all the rocks and sand. Then, slowly, with extreme self-honesty, one at a time pick your priorities and put them in the empty bag one a time. You'll get your big rocks, then you can throw some sand in, and other people will be asking you, "Wow, how did you fit so much in your bag? It must be the heaviest most filled bag I've ever seen! How do you get so much done? How do you achieve such incredible success in everything you put your mind to?" Do what I've told you in this post, and they will be asking you that.

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Eckhart Aurelius Hughes wrote: January 11th, 2024, 5:36 pm

With monotasking and compartmentalizing, you take the pros of putting all your focus and energy into one thing without the con of putting all your eggs into one basket. Likewise, you get the pros of having a diversified portfolio of investments, skills, and incredible accomplishments without the con of anxiously and counter-productively being spread too thin and juggling so much at once that you drop everything.

Not only do monotasking and compartmentalizing make you much more productive and lead to incredible external success, but also (by no coincidence) they are much more conducive to having an amazing sense of inner peace and a calm, quiet, powerful, resilient, self-determined, peaceful, spacious state of mind.

There's a wild hilarious irony to the correlation between willful anxiety (namely that which comes from one attempting to juggle so much at once) and the utter lack of productivity that comes with that anxiety. I suspect many people choose that miserable counter-productive anxiety because they foolishly imagine it as being the price of productivity when the exact opposite is the case. The price of productivity is letting go of the anxiety and letting go of the addiction to restless overdoing, an addiction that comes in large part from mistaking effort for productivity.




With love,
Eckhart Aurelius Hughes
a.k.a. Scott


Write down your priorities in order from absolute #1 most important to you to less important to you. Then combine compartmentalizing with monotasking to put a dedicated amount of focused time and energy on one task/priority at a time, starting with your biggest priorities (i.e. biggest rocks) and only moving onto the lower priorities (i.e. pebbles and sand) afterwards if there is time and energy left (i.e. space left in the proverbial sack).<br /><br />Typically, there will be room for some sand after the rocks, but there won't be any room for rocks after the sand, so always start with the biggest rocks (i.e. your top priorities). Then fill in the gaps with the sand.
Write down your priorities in order from absolute #1 most important to you to less important to you. Then combine compartmentalizing with monotasking to put a dedicated amount of focused time and energy on one task/priority at a time, starting with your biggest priorities (i.e. biggest rocks) and only moving onto the lower priorities (i.e. pebbles and sand) afterwards if there is time and energy left (i.e. space left in the proverbial sack).

Typically, there will be room for some sand after the rocks, but there won't be any room for rocks after the sand, so always start with the biggest rocks (i.e. your top priorities). Then fill in the gaps with the sand.




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"The mind is a wonderful servant but a terrible master."

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Hi, Kenechukwu Okoye,

Thank you for your questions. :)
Kenechukwu Okoye wrote: February 10th, 2024, 4:11 am How do you balance the pursuit of your goals with other aspects of your life, such as work, family, and personal interests?
I believe I already answered that in reply to these earlier questions:

- How are you able to balance your work and do it so efficiently? How do balance your time so well to accomplish all you do?

- How did you handle it when you were a full-time single parent of two young kids?

- How did you manage to sleep between jobs and taking care of your children when they were young?

- I need some ideas on what to do when you are parenting alone between work and caring for the young children.

- How do I combine my school activities with work?

- How did you manage to get all parts of your life in order while en route to success? It seems like you had everything all planned out.

- How can I balance two competing priorities (e.g. fitness goals vs having fun and not being bored)? (includes notes on prioritization with helpful analogy of rocks/pebbles/sand)

- How does it feel to run many websites? (includes notes on compartmentalizing and monotasking)

- Can one multitask occupation? For instance, can one be a doctor, engineer and an artist at the same time?

- I am just awestruck. You are a founder, a coder, and a dad on top of that. How do manage it all?


Kenechukwu Okoye wrote: February 10th, 2024, 4:11 am How do you stay motivated when progress towards a goal is slow or when facing setbacks?
I believe I also already answered that question in reply to earlier questions:

What was your greatest challenge, and how were you able to overcome it?

Have you experienced a significant failure or faced a situation that seemed irrecoverable? If so, what lessons did you learn from that experience?

What do you do when you feel like you are failing to take the steps to fulfill your purpose due due to fear of failure and lack of confidence?

What motivates you daily?

What is a book you find inspirational or motivating?

What is your advice for finding the drive and motivation to work on what I want to work on?


If the above Q&As do not answer your question(s), please do re-ask your question with additional elaboration and specification, focusing on how your question differs in meaning from the ones above, so that I can be sure to answer your question for you. :)

Usually, it will help me understand your question more clearly if you also elaborate on why you want to know the answer and how you think the answer might help you, such as what kind of specific unique situation you are facing in your life with which you think my answer might be helpful.



With love,
Eckhart Aurelius Hughes
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"The mind is a wonderful servant but a terrible master."

I believe spiritual freedom (a.k.a. self-discipline) manifests as bravery, confidence, grace, honesty, love, and inner peace.
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