Kev Series #014: Lost Knowledge, Flaws of Human Memory, & My 395-page eBook

Yo yo yo it’s Kev. Tonight I’m feeling all right. I have no idea what I’m about to write but I’m going to have a big full page of an article somehow in some way. I could care less about my social media traction when most of my audience comes directly from Google. Tonight is a cool day because I feel like I’m at the very end of 2020. It’s a good feeling because 2020 won’t be here anymore and I will be transported to the future once the clock hits 12:00 AM on the 31st of December. 2021 definitely feels like a futuristic time period. In the past I’d imagined it to be full of flying cars and high tech gear but it isn’t like that at all. Maybe in another 50 years when I’m 74 years old with my grand kids or something. Today’s article is a bit conversational although there’s a lot I want to talk about from my mind.

My mind is full of so much information and insight and blogging / writing is probably the only way I can achieve clarity in what I’m doing. My biggest lesson I’ve learned today is that knowledge is fleeting when we don’t use it. In the last 5 years of personal development and learning to be a better version of myself, I finally realized the human brain cannot store so much information and eventually it’ll just start deleting information including the good knowledge I’ve worked my butt off on obtaining. And so today I decided to create a knowledge base library of everything I’ve learned that I find valuable.

I’m sure that lots of good knowledge is lost forever because I’ve failed to realize this fundamental fact that the human memory is flawed. No matter. I’ll rebuild my knowledge base library so I can pass it on to my children and grandchildren. I remember a video of Jim Rohn that I’ve watched talking about creating a journal full of knowledge to pass down to my family which I’ve overlooked completely because I did not know knowledge was so fleeting. It’s something you don’t really pay attention to at all when you are first starting out on this knowledge acquisition journey.

I’m making sure that all my efforts will be “saved”. Just like how you would save in the middle of a video game. What’s the point of putting effort to improve when all your progress gets lost completely? Starting over might be cool and all but I don’t relish in wasting all of my hardwork. And so I have also digitized the entire blog into a 395 page PDF Ebook. Today is the day I’ve created my first online Ebook. I am officially an author! Hurray. I’ve also created a private journal for writing letters to my future self & God within the Admin panel of my blog. This mechanism is pretty cool because later down the road, I can read what I’ve written to see where my mindset was and what my concerns were.

It’s an additional tool for me to mind-dump and get mental clarity which will assist me in this holistic life design journey. Despite the lack of social media attention, I’m still going super strong because social media likes doesn’t determine how valuable or high quality something is. It’s just an indication of how good your marketing skills are. I’m the guy whos in the cave working his ass off and honing his skills without really telling anybody about it or spending any money to promote it. I’m a one man army. Spending 1 year of Holistic Life Design has allowed me to write a 395 page ebook which is absolutely amazing. My work has not gone to waste.

I particularly enjoy the Holistic Life Design process because it doesn’t give me any pressure at all nor do I need to perform a certain way because I am setting down my own standards and values. Aside from Holistic Life Design, I’ve finally given myself time to truly relax and rest because I’ve been on workacholic mode for quite some time. Even though I’ve accomplished and achieved so much, I still feel lingering feelings of self-doubt because of the extremely high standards I’ve set for myself.

Kev Series #013: Plethora of Knowledge, Holistic Expansion, & Valued Ambassador of God

Today has been a good day. I started re-exploring books to read and realized how powerful choice is. Choice, preference, and selection are all intertwined. I went through all of the books that I own and cast aside all the ones that do not resonate with my vision. The ones that I’ve selected truly resonates with my soul and vision. I really love reading in general which has made me become a writer myself. After accumulating a plethora of knowledge, a new avenue opens up which pushes you to start creating some work of art perhaps through writing or making videos discussing ideas. Though writer’s block may come up time to time, I focus on recording the thoughts that I presently have.

Currently I have the following books in front of me to read: The 1% Rule by Tommy Baker, The Complete Master Key System by William Gladstone, Richard Greninger, John Selby, & Charles F. Haanel, Money and the Law of Attraction by Esther and Jerry Hicks, The Most Powerful Goal Achievement System in the World by Mike Pettigrew, The Productivity Project by Chris Bailey, and Reality Transurfing by Vadim Zeland. These books are part of my self-education curriculum as of today. I am making the most progress reading Reality Transurfing and The Productivity Project. These books offer practical and conceptual ways for me to enhance my life.

I want to say that I am currently still in recovery mode and making holistic progress can be difficult when I am focused more on healing, patience, & taking breaks from holistic expansion altogether. Though the healing aspects may help me in the long run, they take me away from usual days of tremendous progress when I am honed in with high levels of productivity. This journal series has been helpful in creating more clarity, order, & focus with my thoughts and I am truly grateful for this platform which I created after I became filled with God’s inspiration. I am glad I am starting to read again because whenever I read a book, I feel internally more connected to my dreams and goals as well as my long term vision.

It seems to be quite painful when disconnection occurs which may be triggered when I am slacking off and being too lazy. It’s a good course correction mechanism that allows me to stay on track and not deviate too much from where I am supposed to be in terms of my own set values and standards. I honestly wish there was someone successful out there who blogs regularly like I do who I can follow and absorb knowledge from because I would really resonate with that person. Blogging is an intimate form of connecting and sharing knowledge on a deep level which does not require too much effort to do since we are simply crystallizing our thoughts into a solidified form with writing.

However, it is still possible for me to connect when I read books written by the most successful individuals on the planet. My journal series is simply a subliminal response to all the knowledge I’ve acquired through reading these great works. When I write, I feel super connected with the world despite not having a gargantuan amount of visitors or readers on the blog. I also write my journal series as if God is listening to my every word. It does seem that people stumble upon my articles at later dates and offer a response via the comments section and like my posts which is a pretty good feeling as well. I personally now enjoy writing more than reading because I feel like a big blob of knowledge just waiting to explode and that might be because I’ve read too much in the past.

Exploring life with this creation modality is quite interesting because I feel really fulfilled despite not being famous nor rich since those things are not directly correlated with internal upliftment. I guess what I’m trying to say is that it doesn’t matter if I don’t become rich or famous because as long as I’m doing what I love which is constant knowledge acquisition and writing on my blog, I am wholeheartedly in a happy place. I realize now also that not everybody can write like I do and it is truly a gift that I am able to do all of this. I think blogging and sharing my ideas with the public is what’s making me drawn to this whole writing thing in general and also the fact that it allows me to mind dump everything in my head and simultaneously creating value for society.

I am now focused on creating a more balanced lifestyle by incorporating the 7 modalities of Holistic Life Design which are Entertainment, Research, Creation, Drifting, Recovery, Social, & Incognito modality. Spending some time just watching Netflix and bingewatching TV shows isn’t a sin to holistic life design because we all need to allocate time to simply relax and chill out. Prior to creating the 7 modalities, I was operating solely in Creation & Research modalities which made life feel like an obligation rather than something I can embrace with high levels of freedom. Creating the 7 modalities allows me to shift between 7 different types of modes to operate in and this grants a lot of flexibility and room / space for experimentation as well.

These 7 modalities allow me to create structure and organization in my life because they are all the modes that people operate in whether they know it consciously or unconsciously. When they know it consciously, they can understand where and how they are currently operating which creates a tendency to want to create variation. This variation is what allows things to continuously be refreshing and new to the user. I believe it has removed a lot of lingering guilt from me because I’ve allowed myself to be in other modalities instead of just creation and research. This helps me create more wholeness and balance instead of being a straight-line robot with zero malleability.

Aside from the 7 modalities, I’m currently doing very well in holistic life design because it is a big pendulum that pulls me closer towards my vision and goals. The course-correction mechanism is powerful because when I deviate, I don’t have to do much to get back on track because of the lingering effects of the universal pull that is created through the Law of Attraction. When I was 12 years old, I use to create & code private servers for online games and I was pretty much a game admin who possessed the power to code in anything he pleases. Now I am kind of doing that for real life and feeling like I am coding in my custom commands in my reality knowing that God has created everything but also knowing that I am a valued ambassador who can use his creative power because we are all made in his image.

Socially, I am now operating mostly in incognito mode because I want to be more focused in my personal growth by myself without distractions. The incognito nature allows me to practice and train myself without constant interruption from my path. Hence, I’ve left my social media page unattended and have not responded to a plethora of messages. This is definitely nothing personal because this is how I would like to design my life. The social element of my life will have to wait until I become more finetuned and adept in my maneuverability which creates more freedom to do whatever I please. In my articles, I will continue designing life hacks and tricks and tips to create this freedom and autonomy.

Kev Series #012: The Placebo Effect, Recovery Modality, & The Black Box

Another blank canvas for me to fill up with words. Today I was pondering on something. That something is whether or not progress is an illusion. I’ve been thinking that human progress and improvement may actually be all in your mind and not in objective reality. It’s a bit of a cynical perspective which deviates from my usual optimism. This belief system may very well be real to many but nonexistent in others. I was pondering on this idea because I noticed that I work very hard to make progress overall. I do this by doing as many actions as I possibly can. But I took some time to reassess things by asking myself, “Am I really making progress by doing all these actions or am I doing these actions just to make myself feel like I am progressing?”

This reassessment hit me pretty hard because I wonder if I don’t do anything at all, will I still be in the same spot anyway? But then there are those books like The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy which talks about exponential growth by being consistent with small actions and habits every day which brings about hope in such a cynical perspective. One of my biggest fears is probably stagnation and wasting time. I relish heavily in the perspective that everything means something and serves a higher purpose. This belief system has taken me quite far in my journey but there are days like today which fill me with doubt on whether the progress I make is real or fake and merely placebo.

Regardless of whether it is real or placebo, I believe that there are benefits from taking action every day to get closer to where we desire to be. Perhaps the placebo effect helps us in our emotional well-being and motivation which makes it easier for us to keep going. Periods of stagnation seem to be inevitable regardless of how hard we work towards being productive. When I experience these periods of stagnation, I feel my self-worth diminish a couple of levels for not taking “enough” action because I’ve subconsciously linked my performance to my self-worth. This is a bit of a pain and hassle to fix because it is a limiting belief system programmed into me since childhood.

However, when I do accomplish a lot of things, I feel extremely good so it’s actually a rollercoaster of various emotions for me. Something that keeps me motivated and inspired as well is relishing in the fact that I play multiple roles and positions in my life as a one man army. These are the following roles I fulfill all by myself: CEO, Marketing Manager, Holistic Life Design Practitioner, Quantum Mechanics Expert, Metaphysical Specialist, Project Manager, Content Writer, Website Designer & Programmer, High Ticket Closer, Finance Manager, Hip Hop Artist & Lyricist, Sound Engineer, and Reality Transurfing Specialist. That is 14 roles that I play by myself as a Holistic Life Design Practitioner mostly and it is done with a high level of precision. I actually feel very happy that I am able to do so much but it can get exhausting sometimes.

Another thing I do notice is that I definitely have a knack for writing. The words just seem to effortlessly flow on their own and it’s not something I believe I can do all by myself. I feel that it is a God-given talent that I did not develop on my own but rather something given to me through common grace. However, it is only through the avenue of blogging am I really able to write like this because writing on paper or writing somewhere nobody can see is not interesting to me at all. There’s always a couple of daily visitors on this blog which inspires me to keep writing no matter what because my content can potentially help at least one person in the entire world. I guess whenever I do fall into the cynical and doubtful perspective, what I could do instead of staying there is to switch over to the recovery modality which I mentioned in my previous articles.

The recovery modality is useful because it takes away all the pressure to perform a certain way and to give one the benefit of taking time to do whatever is necessary to relax and rejuvenate so that one can come back many times stronger and be fit to do whatever is needed for more and more progress. Even as someone who is quite polished and seasoned in terms of knowledge and personal growth, I still experience moments of self-doubt which can get in the way of my dreams. But because I designed the 7 modalities for Holistic Life Design, I can now make myself immune to these negative energies and adapt accordingly. Self-doubt will not hold me back from being on my way to becoming the best version of myself. Even when I write these articles, there are energy monsters and negative thoughts that say to me “You are not good enough to write”… “It is not professional enough to be shared with the public”… “You are a slave to society..” etc.

Mentally, I just lock these thoughts up into a black box and release it all over to God to take care of and focus primarily on becoming better and adding more value to the world. I might not be the best, but I can at least change one person’s life on the entire planet. This journal series is a way for me to mind dump, vent, & also create articles filled with value that can enhance other peoples’ lives. It is an easy process to get into because I can be vulnerable as who I truly am and also create more clarity in my life while doing so. These journal entries are valuable not only to me but also the people who struggle with many aspects in their lives. And if they don’t find value from the journal series, they can take a look at the How-To and conceptual articles written on the site. There’s a plethora of content to go through.

Finally I want to just say that I am doing the best that I can with the current knowledge base I have. There is unlimited room for improvement and growth and I’m happy it is designed that way.

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