You’ve heard the saying, “Ignorance is bliss.”
I used to hate ignorance.
I was addicted to knowing about, caring for, and taking action on anything that caught or got my attention.
But no more.
I use ignorance to get things done and have a bigger impact, and to have more control over my thoughts, my business, and my life in general.
It comes down to what I can control and what I cannot control.
If I pay attention to what I cannot control, then I am controlled.
What’s caught or got your attention?
Does it make you feel more or less in control?
What can or should you quit, stop, turn off, opt out of, or ignore?
What and/or who is controlling you or has the upper hand on your thoughts?
Practicing selective ignorance is my way of gaining, regaining, and maintaining control.
I strongly recommended it.
Nobody is going to give you control.
You must take it.
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