This article is a continuation of Wim Hof Method — Week 1, Day 1. I will go through how my first week has been with the Wim Hof Method. What are my results? What has been hard, what has worked? How has the first few days of week two been? What do I think of the program so far? Week 1 I’d say the first week has left me with mixed feelings. Both really positive and indifferently bland. The days I did the exercises I had more energy than I usually have—even compared to when I used to do weights in the […]
This month I’m starting a whole new project to make 20 000kr ($2200) from blogging in 6 months. It’s an extremely challenging project; a goal that’s almost out of reach. During this trip I’ll write about all steps I’m taking; what works and what doesn’t work. This way other people can copy what I’m doing 🙂 I will try to write about all the details and steps in minute detail.
Yesterday I found this incredible guy, Wim Hof, who has mastered the ability to control his body (immune system, body temperature, energy) through a combination of breathing and mind exercises. I was so intrigued by Lewis Howes’ interview of Wim Hof yesterday that I went on a rampage and researched the hell out of this guy.
It’s been roughly a week since I published Raise Your Standards and I’ve had a few insights since then that I want to share.
A couple of weeks ago I saw a video with Tony Robbins talking Raising Your Standards to increase the quality of life or improve upon yourself—you always meet your standards. Put in another way you always do your musts, but seldom your shoulds. As an example Tony mentions that some people have it as an absolute must to always pay their bills. They always find a way to pay their bills, even though they might be broke. Others have it as an must that they pay their bills most of the time, and so they pay their bills most of the time.
About a month ago I found this site (https://www.16personalities.com/) which has a really simple and fast, yet accurate, personality type test. First I dismissed the test as ‘just another mediocre personality test’ as I only saw my results in numbers—e.g. I was 68% introverted. This didn’t tell me anything new and I closed the site. Later that day a friend started talking about the same site and how closely they profile matched their values.
In this post I will try to figure out 1) why I want to work; 2) Why do I want to work in a certain field; 3) What fields?; 4) What do I want to work with in this field?; 5) Why would I want that; 6) How I want to work; 7) Why do I want to work like that; 8) What freedoms do I want to have, i.e. what should I be able to do in the future?