By Seamus Anthony
Part One in a Series of Three
Do you struggle to achieve mental clarity in a world of busyness, complexity and clutter? Do you find yourself chasing your tail, always busy but never seeming to get around to doing the things that are most important to you, like discovering your True Life Purpose, achieving your dreams, or devoting the time and energy to your family that you know deserve?
Wouldn’t you love to know what the secret is that the great achievers of our age use to move mountains? What it is that your heroes know that keeps them at the top, the thing you are missing, the thing that holds you back? How do they manage to churn out such amazing work, and rack up win after win while you chase your tail and struggle to pay the bills?
Well, despite the hype of recent times, the ‘secret’ that these people have is NOT simply magically focussing on the end results that they desire. It is NOT simply a case of ‘ask, believe, receive’ or else we’d all be running around being fabulously rich and have all the time in the world to do whatever the hell we like (and look good doing it). Creative visualisation and the Law of Attraction are part of the overall process for success, no doubt about it, but there is another closely linked secret that gets overlooked.
And no, it’s not ‘hard work’. That’s an obvious, a given. Of COURSE you have to work hard – and don’t believe anyone who tells you otherwise. (That doesn’t mean that some things won’t come easy to you, they can and will if you set yourself up to attract that, but my point is you’d be a gormless ninny to sit around and expect everything handed to you on a silver platter.)
No, the OTHER secret is called Curly’s Law, and Curly’s Law states simply this:
“Do One Thing”.
Curly’s Law is the concept of “One Thing”, it is a concept that can help you identify your life’s purpose and make all of your dreams come true. It is the power of Obsessive Mono-Maniacal focus. It is also one of the great secrets of spiritual enlightenment. It means that you focus on one thing at any one time, with laser-like intensity, until the job is done. It works on a macro and a micro level to move mountains or just clean up all those little molehills that keep getting in your way. You can use this concept to do anything and as I will show, the greatest characters in history have used Curly’s Law to achieve some of the greatest things ever in human history.
And the funny thing is: Curly’s Law, in all it’s glorious Zen greatness, was invented by a fictitious character. A Hollywood cowboy in fact!
Now if that ain’t Rebel Zen in action, I don’t know what is!
I will explain further in tomorrow’s post