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Steps To Make The Best Decisions

People throughout history have made decisions that they have regretted. Regret is a poison in humans that can kill us from the inside, so I wanted to come up with a clear way how to make decisions that would come without regret.

I have come up with a system to ensure that you make the best decisions possible for that time.

  1. Figure out the problem/ decision which needs to be solved or made

The first thing that needs to be figured out is what are you figuring out. Its almost funny how many times people have made decisions on things that they don’t completely understand.

The reason many people don’t do this is because it means we have to think about others feelings and what we did to get to the point of this decision and sometimes even take some of the blame onto ourselves. An example of this is when we decide to cut ties with someone we often blame them for it. We call them crazy, mean, weird, etc and we don’t look at ourselves and how we might have aided to drive the relationship to this point.

Another reason why we may not understand the situation fully is due to making a pre-emptive decision; making a decision on a matter we have not fully invested ourselves in and going by little to no information. An example of this would be choosing between colleges based on what we have expect from say reputation or rumours instead of hard fact.

So take your time and read deeply into the situation from all perspectives and get a firm understanding of what you are dealing with

  1. Look into the past

Once we understand what our issue is the next thing is to look into our own personal past and see what examples of this problems we have had.

I was told a few years back by my mother that “if history is not reviewed it is doomed to repeat itself” and that is exactly why we take this step, this step is to review our “history”. We look back into our own lives, find examples of past experiences similar to the current one and think of what worked and what did not work. What decisions do you regret and what decisions do you no regret that you made.

Many times when we are making important decisions it is hard to find clear examples in our past of that exact situation so also look at even slightly similar situations.

An example of this would be deciding if whether to cut off a friend or try to mend the relationship you can look into the past where you cut off other people or even situations where you were cut off.

Looking into the past is some of the most insightful information because as we grow up and learn we become different types of people so when we look into the past and see what worked and what didn’t work for our past selves it gives a perspective almost from another person.

If no past experiences for you have prepared you for the decision in mind then dive into other’s pasts. Talk to friends or family who may have this or a similar decision to make and find out what they did, how they felt about it, and what they would change if they were in your shoes. The more information you can gather the more informed and insightful your decision can be.

  1. The List

Now it is time to set up the information you have gathered into a physical form to give you and the people helping you a visual

There is only soo much information you can bring into the equation at one time when you are working out a decision in your head so it helps greatly to put all the information onto a piece paper or even a word document.

There are many ways to write out this list as there are many kinds of different decisions to make with many different layers so its not always a black and white choice

I personally for most decisions make what I call a “DO IT OR FUCK IT DIAGRAM”

Here is an example of a “DO IT OR FUCK IT DIAGRAM”

Decision: whether to go to a party



Parties are fun

Build social skills

Can use to talk about PT to get clients

Chance to meet new people


Little to no work will be done in this time

Could use time for better things

Everyone will be drunk and I wont (I don’t drink)

Bad for my diet

Could get in trouble for something

Unneeded judgement for not drinking

Have to dress up


This is a very small version of my usual list/ diagram. From this list id most likely decide not to go as I could spend my time much more productively (aka id choose FUCK IT) xD

This use of charts allows you to list out all the information you have in your head into one place making the decision if not easier at least far more laid out and informed which is important to making regret free decisions. I like to look at past decisions based on how informed I was at the time, if I took the steps to try and learn as much as I could and looked from multiple perspectives then there is no regret even if I made the “wrong” decision. Like I spoke about earlier in the piece as we grow up and learn we become different people so therefore decisions in our past may not line up with our current knowledge/ belief system and though “right” in the past would be considered “wrong” now. Every decision you make is correct for the time it was made and it’s pointless to regret the past because past self isn’t the same as present self. It is important to remember that your past self has made many decisions your current self would never dream of making and that you will make countless decisions your future self would not.

  1. The final decision

Now you have truly understood the problem/ decision, you have explored every resource, you have laid out all of your thinking, it is time to make the final decision.

Even with all the time you spent on the past 3 steps this decision still may not be easy. You can also remember that making no decision at all is also an option in nearly every case but is often the easy way out that leads to more issue.

Each case is significantly different when it comes to the decision process so I can not offer a whole lot of advice on what to choose. The only thing I can truly say with confidence is that whatever decision you made you can remember that because of these steps you took you have made the most informed and best decision for the time and circumstances and therefore making it a decision which should not be regretted.

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The 4 Aspects of Work

If you arent a big reader then here is a video on this exact topic

There are 4 mains categories you can place everything you do into

Fun Work

Paid Work

Necessary Work

and Unproductive Things

anything you do at any second in 24 hours of a day can be put into one of these 4 categories so let me describe what each mean and how you can truly understand the concept

The first category of work in my mind is Paid Work

We have all had a job which we have done solely for the money. these jobs are important as these jobs let us do what we truly want, these jobs provide us with the funds to go to college, to move up towards our dream jobs, start our own businesses, travel to where we want to go, etc

I consider paid work to be something that is only for a limited amount of time. no one should work in a job they just use for the money their entire life. the job should be almost a gateway towards something better!

The next is Fun Work

Fun work is work that is targeted towards your goals/ dreams or is enjoyable to do. this work is different for everyone, for me my fun work is writing articles, making youtube videos, working on The BeastPack, and working out. for some people this work is boring, sucky, or just plain horrible. Fun work often is not the most productive work or often costs more money than it makes. Fun work can also lead to the best things in life and is insanely important to have in your life.

The reason I say that it is insanely important that if you put enough time, effort, and work into Fun Work then one day you can live off of the Fun Work. You can take the funds from your Paid Work use them to work towards your fun work whether that be building your own business, studying towards a new career, or something else.

The third aspect of work is Necessary Work

Necessary Work is the work that no matter what needs to be done to be successful in both your Paid and Fun Work. Necessary Work is different for everyone much like Fun Work is. For some people their examples of Fun work are Necessary Work for others while for some the exact opposite

Examples of Necessary Work for me is sleep, Paperwork, and Meal Prep. For many people sleep is considered fun work because they enjoy sleep but for me I wish I had more time in the day and sleep is something that is necessary for me to do well in bodybuilding and in the gym.

So it is important to understand the importance of the Necessary thing and do them constantly as they are necessary for a reason!

The final aspect of work is what I like to call Unproductive Things

Unproductive Things are a way to group everything you do that has no beneficial property to your ultimate goal.

Now, being unproductive is not inherently bad as it is often said, sometimes it is necessary to do something that does not productive towards your goals as it gives your brain and body a rest and a refresher. In a weird sense of things, being unproductive every once and a while helps you be even more productive!

I hope this article makes sense and helps you understand what work means what

-Zack Ramsey

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Quotes That drive my life

If you would rather watch than read check it out here:

As a guy who has spent the last year dedicated to making, editing, and posting advice, quotes, and motivation my life is driven by a handful of carefully selected quotes and sayings which when dissected really do explain my character and my beliefs so I wanted to dissect a few of these quotes I live by to both give you a look into my life and to maybe give these quotes a different light that might make you consider taking some of these quotes or sayings into your life.

  1. “My only fear is that on my death bed the person I am will meet the person I could have been”

This is a simple quote, I have a very big fear of death as death means the end of progress for me and also my fear of not reaching my full potential. So this quote hits me personally very hard as regret is also another thing in my life that is a reoccurring pattern where I have had a goal, not worked hard enough, and realized I failed too hard so death being the ultimate end is the only time to never have regret! This quote also goes along with the quote “imagine you’re on your death bed and standing around your death bed are the ghosts representing your unfulfilled potential. The ghosts of the ideas you never acted on. The ghosts of the talents you didn’t use and they are standing around your bed angry, disappointed, and upset. They say we came to you because you could have brought us to life and now we have to go to the grave together”

So I have 2 questions I want you to ask yourself mentally and truly spend time thinking about.

Will the person you become match up to the person you could have become and can you work hard enough to know that you did everything you could when you realized this?

And, how many ghosts are going to be around your bed when your time comes?

  1. The only limits that exist are in your own mind

This quote is very true for me as every time I have set my mind to something seen as impossible with the mindset of it is completely possible I have always achieved it and every time I have set limits upon myself I have failed horribly. An example with this was with my football years, I decided in grade 10 I would be a starting lineman in grade 11 even though I was 50lbs lighter than the smallest current lineman and far weaker and through the summer I worked harder than anyone else on that line and grew enough to take a near immediate starting position that following season because I put no limits on myself and said it was a do or die situation and there were no limits to it. Now an example of me putting limits for myself is when I first started bodybuilding. I told myself that if I wouldn’t grow because I was too stressed with school and for 2 months I didn’t grow at all and after I snapped out of that progress came immediately!

The question I want you to ask yourself on this quote is

What limits do you put upon yourself in your own mind?

  1. Instead of “I don’t have time” try saying “it’s not a priority” and see how that feels.

This is something I started saying 5 or so months ago as I realized I was getting soo busy that I was always saying “I don’t have time” so after listening to a motivational ebook (how to persuade others) I wanted to try and change it and after a few weeks of saying this to people I changed my entire schedule to things I was proud to do. When people asked me to do time wasting things I would say “im sorry I gotta do such and such work and they would ask why I wouldn’t do what they were doing and I said because I didn’t prioritize it or if I was to stop doing something and people would ask why instead of no time I would say I didn’t prioritize it and people gave me a lot more respect for this. I did have some backlash for it as people get offended when they are not your #1 priority but I don’t want these people in my life to begin with.

The questions for you is more of an action. Try and do this for a week and see how your planning and people change.

  1. I never lose. I either win or I learn

This quote is very important to me as it has kept me driven through tough times and failures. If you consider every loss a learning experience instantly you are able to see everything in a new light which opens to new opportunities and ways to not only accept a loss but use it to your advantage!

The question for you is what is a recent loss you have had that you can learn from. In this do not blame anyone for anything (even if it was 100% them) everything that happened think about what you did to cause it in some way.

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Preparation Is Success

If you are not a fan of reading here is a video where i speak on the same topic

Preparation is the most important step towards success. Kai Greene says it best when he speaks on the 5 Ps “Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance” he speaks on the fact that he believes that lack of preparation leads to failure.

Preparation is everything when it comes to success as it is an entire step in the timeline of success. The timeline of success goes as follows

  1. You have an idea
  2. you create a goal out of this idea
  3. you prepare how to go about getting this idea/ goal
  4. you then begin action in taking the steps necessary to getting this idea/ goal
  5. you fail
  6. you learn from the failure and prepare better
  7. either succeed or continue to learn and repeat.

Preparation is everything to success, giving a simple example is as if you decided that your goal was to play in the NFL (American Football). If you made this goal and did no preparation and showed up at try outs then you would be no match compared to anyone else.

Any work done towards a goal is called preparation, every workout is prep for the competition, every time you sleep, eat, and stay stress free is prep for the workouts.

every decision you make is prep towards your ultimate goal and that is the mindset that will make you permanently successful.

If you changed every decision you made to properly prepare for your goal how would your day look like? And is this day worth it to attain your goal? Let me know in the comments below!

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The power of social media

Social media is one of the worlds greatest inventions, with it the possibilities are endless. It has made becoming an entrepreneur an extremely attainable career, it has made traveling the world a profitable excursion, made spreading ideas to the entire world not only possible but simple.

Becoming an entrepreneur these days is becoming easier and easier as social media expands. A business can be started with just a phone, an internet connection and 5 minutes of your time. Now in all honesty im not going to say every business will succeed or easier to succeed but the fact you can have a business idea and in a few minutes have it in the works.

Traveling the world now can now be profitable. I say this based on the fact that world bloggers is growing career field. If you have any writing skills and own a smart phone then travelling the world can become a profitable thing. Companies pay people to travel and sell them their photography, blogs pay ad revenue to the amount of readers you have, and sites such as youtube and Google+ that pay you based on the amount of people who like your content. So with enough effort you could possibly travel the world and be paid for it!

Have you ever had an idea that you wanted to spread, now it can be done as simply as posting it onto a social media site and your idea is instantly spread to hundreds if not thousands of people. In old days you would had to go to every bar, every shopping center, every airport, etc, etc and talk to people and hope people would want to listen to your idea.

Thanks to social media we are able to do things that people before us wouldn’t dream possible!

Feel free to leave your comment below and let me know what you think!

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The World Has No Sympathy For Inaction – Thinking Piece

Something I see soo much both in life and in the fitness industry is when people get 1 or 2 set backs they simply give up. They simply cant take the punches of life and instead of fighting back they simply leave the ring.

Life is going to punch everyone in the face quite a few times and the more you want in life the more you will get punched and it frustrates me to no end how people will settle for less than they want because they are scared to get punched. Failure is a stepping stone towards success not away from it. The road to success is windy going left, right, up and down but all in the direction towards success.

anyways, lets get to the point of this article. Lately, I lost my tumblr (it’s a huge thing that happened that’s why im always talking about it) im down from 34,000 followers on social media to 1,400 followers a 96% drop in followers. So I had a few people who I told this who said I should take some time off to sulk and get over it and for a second I thought I should do that but I came to the concept that the world has no sympathy for inaction.

If I was to take time off I would gain no followers (or even lose some). I would be stagnant or even worse id move back. That doesn’t make sense to me why people would do that, why would you take a break after a setback as that is the optimal time to get back to work. Yes the setbacks hurt but taking time off or quitting doesn’t fix the problem it’s letting the problem destroy you. In football we learned this “you will eventually get knocked down but the faster you get up the more likely you are to make the play because if you just stay down then you have no chance of catching the opportunity while if you pop up you never know when the opportunity will come or how the play will develop”.

Now, when I say the world has no sympathy for inaction is I want you to tell me how many people who produce no content? How many people who are silent? How many people that are invisible? You would follow none because you have no sympathy for inaction because though the person in real life is a great person because they do not produce content you don’t follow them or give a shit about them. You don’t follow @randomguy87 on twitter who hasn’t tweeted in 6 months. You don’t pay someone money for a service that you don’t know about. People need to see action to care, inaction means being invisible and uncared about by an audience. So in conclusion remember when you get hit that you gotta pop back up because the longer you stay down the longer you don’t grow, and the entire time no one has sympathy for you because its your goal and very few others give a shit if it fails or succeeds.

This is simply a thinking piece. When I write these I don’t want to convince you that my stand/ view point is correct I want to cause you to think. Allow my points to make you think, allow my points to make you question yourself, allow my points to have an impact on your daily life. Thank you for reading!

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The BeastPack updates and My thoughts

So if you haven’t heard by now My Tumblr blog was terminated by Tumblr staff for spam and the support has not been responding to my requests on appealing to the termination. So I have basically given up and accepted that I will not be getting my tumblr account back.

I am trying to have a different outlook than others would have in this situation. I imagine most in my situation would be angry, sad, and would want to lash out against tumblr but I want to be different beast in this situation as that’s what I pride myself in. I am not angry, I am not sad, and I will not have any ill wishes towards tumblr, this situation was a mistake that with such a large company has been overlooked and uncorrected.

I believe in the saying that “my goal shall stay firm but my path is always flexible”. I will become big in the fitness industry but my path there will change I thought originally it would be via tumblr but with this loss I must change paths and find a new way to achieve that goal

Being sad, mad, or depressed would only slow me down as in life no one has sympathy for you. It sounds harsh because it is, if you are sad and pout no one is going to want you to personal train them, no one Is going to take your advice they don’t give a shit about your downfalls all they care about is how hard you work and what you can do for them. So when life knocks you down spend any time needed weaping but make it short and get back to work as fast as possible because the more time you spend sulking is less time spent moving forward. The simple quote that sums this all up “it doesn’t matter if you fall down it only matters that you get up and keep going”

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Sources of Great Protein

As a Personal Trainer I always give large lists of food options to my clients who request free meals but I decided an easier option would be to create a large list here that I can send to my clients and can be assessed by Anyone interested!

Great Sources of Protein

2% Milk2% milk

Macro nutrients in 1 cup of 2% Milk

Calories: 122

Protein: 8.05 Grams

Carbohydrates: 11.42 Grams

Fat: 4.81 Grams



Macro Nutrients in 1 cup whole almonds

Calories: 827

Protein: 30.4 Grams

Carbohydrates: 28.23 Grams

Fat: 72.42 Grams



Macro Nutrients in 1 can (2 oz) Anchovies

Calories: 94

Protein: 13 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 4.37 Grams

Chicken Breast

boneless skinless chicken breast

Macro Nutrients in 1 cup Diced Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast

Calories: 148

Protein: 31.17 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 1.67 Grams

Corned Beef

corned beefMacro Nutrients of 1 Cup Diced Corned Beef

Calories: 336

Protein: 24.35 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0.36 Grams

Fat: 25.43 Grams

Cottage Cheese

cottage cheese

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup (Small Curd) Cottage Cheese

Calories: 232

Protein: 28.1 Grams

Carbohydrates: 6.03 Grams

Fat: 10.15 Grams

Dried Lentils

dried lentils

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Dried Lentils

Calories: 621

Protein: 48.44 Grams

Carbohydrates: 108.05 Grams

Fat: 2.05 Grams

Edamame (Soy Beans)


Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Cooked Edamame (Soy Beans)

Calories: 310

Protein: 29.77 Grams

Carbohydrates: 17.77 Grams

Fat: 16.06 Grams



Macro Nutrients in 1 Large Egg

Calories: 74

Protein: 6.29 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0.38 Grams

Fat: 4.97 Grams

Greek Yogurt

greek yogurt

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup 0% Greek Yogurt

Calories: 130

Protein: 23 Grams

Carbohydrates: 9 Grams

Fat: 0 Grams

Green Peas

green peas

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Green Peas

Calories: 117

Protein: 7.86 Grams

Carbohydrates: 20.97 Grams

Fat: 0.58 Grams



Macro Nutrients in 1 Fillet Halibut

Calories: 448

Protein: 84.90 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 9.34 Grams

Light Tuna

light tuna

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Light Tuna

Calories: 179

Protein: 39.29 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 1.26 Grams

Lean Ground Beef

low fat ground beef

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Lean Ground Beef

Calories: 339

protein: 31.18 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 22.85 Grams

Mixed Nuts

mixed nuts

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Mixed Nuts

Calories: 876

Protein: 23.44 Grams

Carbohydrates: 30.64 Grams

Fat: 79.95 Grams



Macro Nutrients in 100 Grams of Octopus

Calories: 82

Protein: 14.91 Grams

Carbohydrates: 2.20 Grams

Fat: 1.04 Grams

Peanut Butter

Macro Nutrients in 100 Grams of Peanut Butter

Calories: 558

 Protein: 25 Grams

Carbohydrates: 20 Grams

Fat: 50 Grams



Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Peanuts

Calories: 854

Protein: 34.57 Grams

Carbohydrates: 31.40 Grams

Fat: 72.50 Grams

Pork Chops

pork chops

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Diced Pork Chops

Calories: 335

Protein: 37.40 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 19.52 Grams


Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Quinoa

Calories: 229

Protein: 8.01 Grams

Carbohydrates: 42.17 Grams

Fat: 3.55 Grams

Soba Noodles

soba noodles

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup of Soba Noodles

Calories: 113

Protein: 5.77 Grams

Carbohydrates: 24.44 Grams

Fat: 0.11 Grams

Sockeye Salmon

sockeye salmon

Macro Nutrients in 1/2 Filet of Sockeye Salmon

Calories: 333

Protein: 42.17 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 16.95 Grams


Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Diced Steak

Calories: 338

Protein: 36.57 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 20.11 Grams

Swiss Cheese

swiss cheese

Macro Nutrients in 1 Cup Diced Swiss Cheese

Calories: 502

Protein: 35.55 Grams

Carbohydrates: 7.10 Grams

Fat: 36.70 Grams



Macro Nutrients in 100 Grams of Tilapia

Calories: 96

Protein: 20.08 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 1.70 Grams


Macro Nutrients in 100 Grams Tofu

Calories: 62

Protein: 6.9 Grams

Carbohydrates: 2.4 Grams

Fat: 2.7 Grams

Turkey Breast

turkey breast

Macro Nutrients in 100 Grams of Turkey Breast

Calories: 104

Protein: 17.07 Grams

Carbohydrates: 4.21 Grams

Fat: 1.66 Grams



Macro Nutrients of 1 Cup Shelled Walnuts

Calories: 654

Protein: 15.23 Grams

Carbohydrates: 13.71 Grams

Fat: 65.21 Grams

Yellow Fin Tuna

yellow fin tuna

Macro Nutrients in 100 Grams of Yellow Fin Tuna

Calories: 108

Protein: 23.38 Grams

Carbohydrates: 0 Grams

Fat: 0.95 Grams


There are many Sources of Clean Real Protein so there is never a reason to miss out on your daily protein.

Another quick protein Source is Whey Protein powder but each brand has its own macro nutrients so there is no way to accurately list it here

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Musical Personality

Music is such a big part of my life

Music has been such a big part of my life since I was young and recently I have found a song that sticks very true to me. I listened to it on repeat for hours as it hits deeply with me. Now first I want to explain my background on music and then come back to this particular song

Firstly when I started listening to my own music I started with 3 cds and a disk player. I had an old ACDC track list, The shady LP, and 50 cents get rich or die tryin album. So for a 9 year old with these 3 CDs (the Eminem and 50 cds were bought from friends and my parents didn’t know I had them).

Now iv always been into my violent music. I grew up in a neighbourhood where drugs and violence was common. At my elementary school I seen nearly every drug, knives, and even a gun so iv always been very into rap as it was the popular music at my school also because of the fact raps often would describe the similar struggle I would go through so even though I didn’t realize at the time I related very closely with these songs.

As I got older I began to understand why I liked these songs, not because I wanted to sell drugs or be a gangbanger, its because the struggle and the hustle related to me. I had and still have to hustle and grind every day as I hope to get big things. Much like these rappers I came from a shitty background and people looked down on me and told me id be nothing but I know if I work hard enough I will be able to be rich and powerful much like the rappers I admired.

Anyways, the song I referenced is G Eazy’s new song “Me, Myself, and I”. This song speaks a lot to me as it is insanely close to how my daily life is currently.

The beginning lyric “its just me myself and I, solo ride until I die, cause I got me for life. I don’t need a hand to hold, even when the night is cold. I got that fire in my soul” that first verse encompasses soo much about me.

Since I started The BeastPack iv had doubters that are close to me, supportive to my face but full of doubts and ill will behind my back. So this journey the last year has been all by myself, I haven’t had anyone to help me. Yes iv had great supporters but no one has come and done anything for me. Iv learned how to set up a website, order apparel, make money, do all my own research into personal training, and survive all on my own.

Now if we go into G Eazy’s first verse he says “get what I want when I want cause this hunger is driving me, ya”. I love this line as this is exactly what I want my life to be. To be able to get what I want when I want how I want. I don’t like bosses, I don’t like authority I want enough money and power that I can do what needs to be done with no questions asked, no one telling me no except myself. Now I could talk about this entire verse but im gunna move on and say the entire end of the first verse relates to me and if you listen it will be very obvious why.

Now in his second verse I don’t agree with the “I don’t like talking to strangers” as I love to but the next bit “so get the fuck off me im anxious” I agree as I definitely have pressures to succeed and that causes me a fuck ton of anxiety and so often I want to just say get the fuck off me im anxious and need a break.

Anways to the rest of the verse he says “im trying to be cool but I may just got ape shit and say fuck yall to all of yall faces” this is something insanely dear to me. As soo many people I would love to just say fuck you but many people support my living in some manner (maybe a boss, a co-worker, or someone that has influence that could make my life harder than need be) and I gotta stay cool or I could burn these bridges I need to keep alive but shit its hard and somedays its like you don’t know me, the shit I go through, all you know is the version of myself I ALLOW YOU TO SEE. You don’t know what I do behind the scenes and you probably never will as you don’t care.

Now into the last verse. We see how my thought patterns go in life. I always start positive, im a positive guy and I know I will succeed but sometimes with stress comes frustration that things maybe aren’t moving as fast as you want or as smoothly and that’s the 2nd verse but in the 3rd we come back to what matters and that’s the positivity. I like to say there is no shame in having anger at people though you will see me preach to let things go you must experience a little bit of anger to truly feel the release so I believe anger and a need for proving or revenge is needed but it needs to be short and cut off that’s why in the third verse we go to the line “all my life iv been told to wait but im a get it now yeah its no debate” coming full circle. As iv dropped the anger or frustration with the failures and gone back to my true faith and knowledge that I will make my dreams come true.

So with this song you get to learn more about me. I believe in positivity as from experience iv learned even blind stupid positivity will do vastly better than calculating negativity but that negativity is needed to make the positivity to work. If I want to make an analogy it could be say having every day be a sunny day except make 1 day a week a rainy day. Now those sunny days seem even better because without that rainy day they would just be average and not special. This also makes the rainy days special, because though negative it does have positives followed along.

So though this only may make sense to myself but I hope this might provide some thinking context for you. Maybe take my ways of thinking and apply them to your own life because who knows maybe a different context of thinking is just what you need to get over that next mountain. None the less thank you for reading and take care!

  • Zack Ramsey