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Alida Spies wrote: April 1st, 2024, 4:35 am As a result of the choices I made, I am stuck with an enormous amount of debt. I'm receiving treatment for life-threatening diseases and various related factors influence what I can/can't do, how often I can do it, etc. I have very limited income. How do I get rid of the debt?
Hi, Alida Spies,

That question was already asked and answered earlier in the Q&A:

What are some effective strategies for reducing and eliminating debt to achieve financial freedom?

Moving forward, please do make sure to read all the previous Q&As before asking a new question to make sure the question hasn't already been asked and answered.


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I wholeheartedly concur with the counsel you gave Pimpron.

Relationships with extended family and blood relatives can become toxic. The fact that we frequently have conflicting opinions regarding the state of affairs ultimately contributes to the harmful toxicity.
1) Clearly define your own goals for the situation;
2) act decisively to leave your comfort zone and break free from the chaos of your mind, body, and finances.
This has helped us(me and my husband) and in turn helped the other parties too.
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Dear Sir
I hope my address above shows the great respect I have for you and your detailed answers to my current problem. Your answers are very much appreciated. Thank you very much.

You are right. I have not yet finished reading your book, In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All. However, I have started reading it many times and have read the numbered suggestions at the end of the book. What I have read so far, I have agreed with.

Your book needs to be read with great concentration and thoughtful responses to the ideas discussed. The pages cannot be skipped if an in depth understanding of the numbered points at the end are to be understood and put into practice correctly.

I will finish reading the book as soon as I can and, from now on, before any next important decision is made, I need to go back to your book for guidance.

Wishing you continued great and happy life in your circle of friends and people. It is a great life to be imitated.

With great respect and sincere thanks and appreciation.

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Hi Scott
I thought long and hard about this question.
Is it normal or okay to feel content with your life in terms of family, friends and career before you reach the age of 30?
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Hello Scott,
What would you do if your life coach disappoints you with a real life decision made about himself/ herself?
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Shirley Labzentis wrote: April 1st, 2024, 8:55 pm Hi Scott, I would like some advice on physical fitness and losing weight. Let me first start out by telling you that I am not a youngster. I am a retired 72-year-old with fibromyalgia, herniated disks in my back and neck, arthritis, migraines, etc. I have always been involved in swimming and dancing and went to the gym on a regular basis (3-4 times a week). Lately, my health has gotten the better of me, and I have not been able to do anything physical. Even walking makes my hips hurt significantly. Of course, because of this, I have put on a bit of weight, which has made my afflictions worse. It's a vicious cycle! I try to turn on music and just dance around my house to get some sort of movement, but my back will always stop me sometimes only a few minutes in. I try to eat healthy with fruits and vegetables and hardly any red meat, but I find that at my age if I don't get the heart rate up and go with cardio, I don't lose any weight. The doctors all give me the same advice: eat fruits and vegetables and exercise. What is your advice? I am getting very discouraged, and I hate myself and the way I look. I don't want anyone to take a photo of me as I am disgusted by the person I have become. I need your help, oh wise one!

Hi, Shirley Labzentis,

Thank you for your question! :D

Losing weight is very easy. It's entirely a matter of eating less, namely in the sense of eating fewer calories than you burn.

A common misconception that many people, who are able to work out hard and long at the gym, make is mistaking their workout as a big factor in losing body fat and losing weight. It's not. A person cannot exercise their way out of a bad diet.

Insofar as one is able to exercise, exercise will have many other health and fitness benefits, but losing weight is really not one of them.

Because of your unique conditions, for your fitness and health goals unrelated to losing weight, I'd recommend speaking to your doctor about what he or she recommends to you for exercise and physical therapy to maximize your health and physical fitness unrelated to body weight.

For the body weight issue specifically, namely in the sense of losing fat, I can give you a plan that works 100% of the time and is super simple.

I already posted this plan as an answer to the previous question, How best can I lose weight?

Here is what I wrote:

Eckhart Aurelius Hughes wrote: July 17th, 2023, 5:11 pm
1. Use a free online tool to measure your estimated maintenance calories at your goal weight.

2. Write down everything you eat before you eat it, including exactly how many calories it contains. To do this, you will also typically need to carefully measure and/or weigh everything you eat before eating it.

3. Only eat the amount of calories recorded in Step 1 per day.

4. Weigh yourself every day first thing in the morning, after urinating (assuming, like me, you wake up having to pee :lol: ), but before eating or drinking anything, and write down the weight.

5. After two weeks of consistently completing steps #3 and #4, measure your progress. If you haven't lost at least 1 lb in the previous two weeks despite sticking to the plan every day for two weeks straight, then (and only then) slightly decrease your daily calories a little bit more. I suggest going in increments of 100 calories. For example, if you ate no more than 2,000 calories for two weeks, but you didn't lose at least 1 lb in those two weeks, you could then reduce your calories from 2,000 to 1,900.

6. Check in with your results once every two weeks, and if you are not losing at least 0.5 lbs per week, then lower your daily calories by 100 more. For tracking your current weight and measuring your progress by comparing it against your weight from two weeks prior, I suggest using a rolling 4-day average. That way your results aren't as distorted by random fluctuation and noise. That's one reason (of several) that I suggest weighing yourself every single day despite only checking the progress and making adjustments every two weeks.


Important Notes: The system I have described above would only have you lower your daily calories once every two weeks at most. Moreover, it would only have you do that lowering if you were actually successful in sticking to the calorie figure. Don't cut your calories just because you haven't lost weight in a few days. Likewise, don't cut your goal calories just because you haven't been sticking to your goal calories; that would be dangerous and counter-productive nonsense. That would be like attempting to bench press twice as much weight today to make up for a missed bench press workout last week. That kind of nonsense could literally kill you. Even if you survive that kind of nonsense, it will hurt your progress.

Keep in mind, the number you come up with in Step #1 above is roughly the maximum number of calories you will eat per day for the rest of your life. In the system I have described to you (and that I use myself), you do not "go on a diet". It is not some temporary crash thing. My system involves permanent lifestyle changes. I never endorse get-rich-quick schemes or crash diets. They not only don't work but--even worse--they are almost always counter-productive. People who invest in get-rich-quick schemes usually end up even more broke; people who crash diet usually end up even further away from their fitness goals.


For a rough estimate of how long it will take before you reach your goal weight with my system, please see the following guide:

Level Tables for Goals | Timeframes for achieving your goal via my free mentoring program that guarantees success


With love,
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Hi Scott,

You made a post about learning to not have an opinion about everything.

How can one really live without having an opinion about things? Our opinions shape the way we think and live our life, don't they?
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I'm at a stage in my life where I feel things are not working out even after trying so many things... I just graduated from school and I feel overwhelmed coming. I'm still trying to figure out what to do.... Any advice for me?
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Public Q&A for My Mentees (or Anyone Who Wants My Advice) -- If you want my advice about anything, post your questions here.

Primarily, I am creating this topic for the sake of those who have signed up to be mentored by me. But anybody who has bought my book is welcome to post their questions for me here to get my advice about any topic, which will also help mentees since they may have similar questions about similar matters.

I am happy to offer my advice about and and all of the following:

If you are in my mentoring program or may want to take part in it in the future, please do use this opportunity--right here, right now--to post any and all questions you have for me.

This is not merely a favor from me. I am requesting you to do it for my sake too, and for the sake of everyone else in the mentoring program.

For those in my mentoring program, I am essentially insisting that you use this opportunity (starting now and moving forward), to ask any and all questions you have for me that don't need to be kept private. Unless there is some significant reason your question or my answer needs to be kept private, please ask it here now.

The reason is because this will save us all a lot of time. Many of my mentees will have the same or similar questions. Even when the questions are different, many times the answers and advice will still be the same. For example, the formula for "how to get really good at boxing" versus "how to get really good at dancing" will be almost entirely the same. The formula for "how to get my shoe-selling business off the ground" will be almost entirely the same as "how to get my hat-selling business off the ground". Reading my answer to one will likely answer the other, or at least mostly answer it such that you will have much fewer unanswered questions left, which will help us both greatly.

To illustrate the value here by example, I won't be able to mentor anyone effectively if I have the same ten-hour one-on-one private conversation with each person separately. That won't be good for you or for me. It would wreak the whole thing for everyone. Instead, we will reserve the time-consuming one-on-one private conversations for things that specifically need to be private.

I'm not just talking about killing two birds with one stone here. I'm talking about potentially killing millions of birds with one stone. It's much, much better for all of us. Don't worry about the birds, they are just figurative. No birds will be harmed in the making of this program.

One reason I have explained my reasoning for this post in this post in such detail is because I think that explaining myself as such will itself act as advice and help those I mentor. This concept of killing two birds (or more) with one stone is extremely crucial to the fundamental formula I use to be so successful in business, finances, and other areas. Wealth is not a zero-sum game. It can be created. So, like I encourage in my book, let's be creative!

My friends, I say, let's get our loving free-spirited creativity going! :D

Let's work together in a mutually beneficial way to create wealth and succeed together. After all, we are in this together.

For those who already signed up for my mentoring program, even if you have not yet completed the initial 100-day startup period (i.e. "Phase One"), please still use this opportunity to ask any and all questions you have for me now, both right now and as they pop up in your head or come up in your life moving forward.

I'm here for you, right here in this thread.

When replying, make sure the little box "Notify me when a reply is posted" is checked so that you get notifications of new posts.

I suggest you continually read through all the questions by others, and then if even partly applicable to you, read through my answer to them.

One reason is because of the role of reasoning from first principles that will often come up in my answers. While superficially it might at first seem that a question is unrelated to your own life, when you read my long in-depth answer, especially the logic and reasoning behind the answer, you will likely see that those first principles from which I reason, and thus much if not all of the reasoning itself, apply greatly if not just as much or more to your unique situation. More interestingly, seeing how seemingly different problems can be resolved and solved by the same few fundamental processes will indirectly teach you those tools as well, so that you can solve your own problems in the future without having to ask me, both in terms of (1) teaching the incredible empowering value of these tools and (2) teaching you by example what they are and how to use them.

By reading my replies to others in this topic, you will not only be getting mentored by me, but you will also be learning how to mentor others (and in sense mentor yourself). You will not only be getting the fish you want, you will be at the same being shown how to fish and how to provide fish for others. There we go killing two birds with one stone again. ;)


With all that said, let's do it! Fire away! Please ask your questions now. I am happy to do my best to give you my best advice about anything. Right here, right now.




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I don't think I have any questions as pet now, but I am awaiting your reply for a question I asked earlier
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Scott,

I trust you are in excellent health as always. I want to express my heartfelt gratitude for being a source of understanding and inspiration in my life. Your experiences, philosophies, and ideologies have resonated with me on a profound level, and I feel a deep connection to your words, as if you are speaking directly to me. As a fellow Scorpio, I believe our shared astrological sign contributes to our mutual understanding.

I am reaching out to you today with my worries, confident that you can provide the clarity and solutions I need to move forward in life. Allow me to share a bit about myself. I am completely blind, but I have never let that define or limit me. I studied French and Spanish at university, but my true passions lie in computer programming, web development, digital forensics, and open-source intelligence (OSINT). Additionally, I have delved into the realms of astrology, numerology, and tarot, as I am fascinated by life's mysteries, enlightenment, inner freedom, and the cosmic and supernatural aspects of existence.

Despite my visual impairment, I am versatile and adaptable. I can develop web and desktop applications, perform astrological and numerology readings, conduct research on and off the web, and express myself through writing with clarity. The only thing I have been missing is someone to guide me in making the right choices and setting me on the right path. Thankfully, joining OnlineBookClub (OBC) as a reviewer has led me to you.

My experience with OBC has been both exciting and occasionally challenging, but I have learned and grown from the discomfort. As the saying goes, "ad astra per aspera" which literally means the path to greatness requires hardship. The constructive feedback I have received has helped me improve as a writer, and I look forward to leaving an extensive review of OBC.

Scott, considering the skills and abilities I have outlined, could you help me identify and focus on one that would be most beneficial for me in the long run? I would be thrilled to hear your insights and guidance.

I was filled with awe when I received an email asking for the support and guidance I needed. I eagerly await your response.
Swimmingly,
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Jenna Padayachee wrote: March 26th, 2024, 11:05 pm At which point in your life's journey did you come to the realization of the Yous?
What inspired this realization?
What was your initial response to this realization?
Hi, Jenna Padayachee,

Thank you for your question! :D

I had the realization and understanding of the concept of "The Two Yous" long before I thought of the phrase "The Two Yous".

It's not a groundbreaking concept, but rather one that has been around for thousands of years. However, it's usually talked about in either the first-person (e.g. "the real me") or the third-person, using phrases like "the false self" and "the true self", or even just "the self".

Indeed, anytime anyone has ever used a phrase like any one of the following, then they have almost certainly already stumbled upon and understood the concept of the "The Two Yous" in their own way (just with different words):

- "the real me"

- "the real you"

- "my true self"

- "my real self"

- "self-actualization"

- "self-transcendence"

- "ego death"

- "my spirit"

- "my soul"

- "be myself"

- "be my true self"

- "finding myself"

- "finding my true self"

etc.


The only thing that makes my approach somewhat closer to unique or special is that I chose to do it in the second-person, focusing on the word "you".

"Spirituality" could simply be defined as the science and/or philosophy of "the self".

But the word "self" can be intimidating or confusing to most people, especially those who aren't particularly versed in philosophy or the sciences related to studying and exploring the self, such as (but not limited to) the questions: (1) what makes a self a self, (2) what is a self, (3) what is the difference between a true or real self versus a false or unreal self, and (4) what is the relationship between oneself, one's body, and (if it has it) one's brain?

Keep in mind that the concept of self isn't limited to humans. I could use the word, "himself", to talk about a dog or cat. We could talk about the tree itself, an ant itself, an ant colony itself, a fish itself, a particular ecosystem at a particular pond itself, or a forest itself. We could talk about a forest living or dying, or about an ant colony as a combined self, living or dying.

The concept of self and the apparent dualities that emerge from that (namely the duality of "other" versus "self") is presumably something everyone understands to some degree, even at a very young age.

Good philosophers help us put into words and communicate about it when they come up with helpful phrases like, "cogito, ergo sum". However, they just give us words to discuss it. It's really the concept that all conscious beings know more than anything else.

I remember almost nothing from my life before about 6-7 years old. I could have encountered Bigfoot face-to-face at 5-years-old, and I wouldn't know it now. I don't remember this, but it was presumably around that same age, about 5 years old or less, that I, and almost all other humans, came to the realization of "self".

As for when I specifically came up with the phrase "The Two Yous", my memory of that is also fuzzy, but I think it was simply while writing the book. I believe the choice to write the book (as much as reasonably possible) in the second-person was when it came to me. While doing that, the phrase "The Two Yous" became an obvious choice as, at least, a chapter label. Then once I had it as a chapter label, I started to use it much more as a quickhand reference for the concept, which is arguably the number one key concept and point in the book by far.

Thank you so much for your interesting question!


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Dear Scott
I will definitely reread your detailed answers to my questions again and again until I remember everything you wrote to me by heart. Thank you very much. I will also reread your book and use it to guide me like a bible as well.

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The concept of self has more meaning when you use you because it shows more clarity that you are referring to you as a person and it is you and you alone who has to do whatever is required.
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Thank you for your response. The way you explained it provides more clarity to the concept in the book. I agree with you that we are aware of it and can even sense it (though may not have named it then), but we often allow ourselves to get carried away by the superficial level of easy contentment at times. Therefore, I realize how important it is to separate the two for our own peace of mind and to truly live a happy life.
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Hi Scott
Do you think the afterlife is real or is it just a place talked about so that humans have hope that they can live again after death.
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Mary Jane Whiteley Coggeshall, Hicksite Quaker, Iowa/National Suffragette And Her Speeches
by John N. (Jake) Ferris
October 2022

In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All

In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All
by Eckhart Aurelius Hughes
November 2022

The Smartest Person in the Room: The Root Cause and New Solution for Cybersecurity

The Smartest Person in the Room
by Christian Espinosa
December 2022

2021 Philosophy Books of the Month

The Biblical Clock: The Untold Secrets Linking the Universe and Humanity with God's Plan

The Biblical Clock
by Daniel Friedmann
March 2021

Wilderness Cry: A Scientific and Philosophical Approach to Understanding God and the Universe

Wilderness Cry
by Dr. Hilary L Hunt M.D.
April 2021

Fear Not, Dream Big, & Execute: Tools To Spark Your Dream And Ignite Your Follow-Through

Fear Not, Dream Big, & Execute
by Jeff Meyer
May 2021

Surviving the Business of Healthcare: Knowledge is Power

Surviving the Business of Healthcare
by Barbara Galutia Regis M.S. PA-C
June 2021

Winning the War on Cancer: The Epic Journey Towards a Natural Cure

Winning the War on Cancer
by Sylvie Beljanski
July 2021

Defining Moments of a Free Man from a Black Stream

Defining Moments of a Free Man from a Black Stream
by Dr Frank L Douglas
August 2021

If Life Stinks, Get Your Head Outta Your Buts

If Life Stinks, Get Your Head Outta Your Buts
by Mark L. Wdowiak
September 2021

The Preppers Medical Handbook

The Preppers Medical Handbook
by Dr. William W Forgey M.D.
October 2021

Natural Relief for Anxiety and Stress: A Practical Guide

Natural Relief for Anxiety and Stress
by Dr. Gustavo Kinrys, MD
November 2021

Dream For Peace: An Ambassador Memoir

Dream For Peace
by Dr. Ghoulem Berrah
December 2021