Old Man If . . .
Old Man If. . .
Napoleon Hill’s book “Think and Grow Rich” is one of those most underrated/overrated sort of books. It’s described as a business book or self-help manual but more than that it’s a book about self-awareness. “Old Man If . . .” is about the concept of self-sabotage and self-foolery. “IF”, the word and the concept, is a safety net. It allows us to absolve ourselves of responsibility for the circumstances that determine the course of our lives. The background video is taken from the 1967 film, “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” by Joseph Green. In some ways getting caught in the “old man if” circle is a product of an overactive mind. Our logic becomes our own worst enemy, so its best to kill the source of our overthinking and move with willful action towards the thing(s) we desire most.