Act Big by Living in a Big Space


One of the biggest problems people face on a day-to-day basis is their sense of possibility. You may be thinking to yourself, “Sense of possibility? How important could that be? Is this really at the same level as finding food, water, shelter, and status in life? Are there more basic things that need out attention in the here and now?”

Well, I can understand where you’re coming from. You may be thinking that you are operating on a purely practical basis.

You may be thinking that the whole idea of your living space impacting how you interact with others as well as your belief about yourself may be theoretical. You may be thinking that this is just speculation and that it’s really not going to affect much in the real world.

You may be thinking that this is not going to add up to much of anything. Well, you might want to think again. Seriously. There’s a reason why certain people succeed and the vast majority don’t.

I wish I could tell you that it’s a simple matter of IQ. I wish I could tell you that it has to do with where this people come from, where they live in a particular city, or some sort of external explanation.

It doesn’t work that way. It really all boils down to sense of possibility. When somebody has a sense of possibility, they start seeing things that others can’t.

Others are looking to get by. Other are looking to pay their rent. Others are looking to just put food in their bellies.

They’re not thinking big. They’re not thinking about possibilities. They’re not thinking about shaking things up. They’re not thinking about any of that.

However, if you want to break out and achieve big things with your life and your time, you need to think big. Again, this is not rocket science. There are all sorts of people who have shown this is the case.

You only need to look at the biography of Steve Jobs to know that this is the case. This is truth. However, here’s the thing. To act big, you have to first think big. So far so good, right? For this to happen, you have to have a big space.

Now, I’m not saying that you should leave your apartment right now. I’m not saying that you should put you’re your home up for sale because it’s small. The space I’m talking about is clear space.

You don’t have to buy a 50,000 square foot home. You don’t have to do that. You don’t have to max out your credit cards buying out a mansion.

Instead, it’s all about clear, clutter-free space that would give you that sense of possibility that would enable you to step things up, as far as your efforts are concerned.