My 100th WA Blog Post in JUST 100 Words (The Old Fluff Challenge)

Last Update: Nov 25, 2022

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If You Were Capable of Earning $10,000+ PER MONTH You Would Have Already Achieved it.

This doesn’t mean you NEVER will, it just means the person YOU CURRENTLY ARE & PERSON YOU’VE ALWAYS BEEN isn’t capable.



10 pages per day for 100 days (1,000 pages in 100 days)

Books to Read:

  • Atomic Habits
  • Think & Grow Rich
  • The Power of NOW
  • Daring Greatly
  • You Are a Badass
  • Big Magic
  • Awaken the Giant Within
  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck


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Some great books here my teacher Sir Partha.

The Power of Now was instrumental in many positives for me. It saved me from, me. Led me to my Buddhist journey and settled my monkey mind down to NOW! I highlighted 70% of that book.

I have either purchased or recommended it to many. They all were grateful, afterward.

Eckhart, Tony Robbins, and Napoleon Hill are great teachers. Neville Goddard and Bob Proctor are big favorites as well. The Secret and The Master key will always resonate with me. Their teachings are timeless.

Thank you for reminding me to listen to some audiobooks while writing.

I have to put some of them on my reading list. I am actually currently listening Atomic habits as Audio book on YT. I drive more then I have time to read in bed ;)
I will probably try to find others on YT as well.
I own a copy of think and grow rich. There was a part of my life where I read it. Amazing book, it really changed how I looked at certain areas in my life.

Those are all great books, especially for me The Power of Now, as it completely changed my perspective in life and more productive than I could have imagined, and waaay happier in every moment, as I practice the power of the each moment, and the more I do it, the more the regrets of past fall away, and the fear of the future does as well. When in this state, doing the right thing and being productive is second nature.

Also, good work on your productivity here! It's great that you gave yourself a second chance at internet marketing and being a success as an entrepreneur.

Also, some other great books are Traffic Secrets, The Autobiography of a Yogi (expands on wisdom in The Power of Now), The Unteathered Soul, 6 Figures A Year Infopublishing, The Copywriting Bible, JV Hacking, and I could go on and on!

Keep up the good work!

100 posts….Partha, oh Partha,

When I read both the challenge and the answer, I struggled to respond appropriately here’ s why

two quotes say it better, “I couldn’t think of anything to say that didn’t sound trivial so I just nodded”

But more succinctly

“Do not be impressed with large numbers. Keep your focus on progress.”
― Alan Maiccon


Well said, Cordelia.

A great list here, Brene Brown & Jen Sincero are definitely favorites of mine. I actually picked up Daring Greatly at the airport bookstore yesterday but strangely put it back for 'Surrounded By Idiots' by Thomas Erikson, it's all about human behavior and communication styles. Very interesting so far especially when you come across such a variety of people in the online space and people are often misunderstood.

Looking forward to reading through the rest of your list too.
Thank you.

Hahaha, Prince🤴 P,

Great job!!!!!

Did that "yeehaw" count as part of it...Hahaha

Also, I agree with you and some of the others on here as far as the books go, except I've only read two of them so far, so I'll have to take your word for it as far as the rest of them

Oh, yeah, and I'm going to keep my mouth shut about which two I read...Hahaha

Have a great weekend!!!

Your Loyal Royal Supporter :)

Zach "The Prosperous View" aka Zach "The Xylophone"

BB here-No pluff, you failed, the deal was 100 words of pure value. I don't think she meant for you to write most of your words in CAPS. You are shouting, must hurt her ears! Poor thing, she has to contend with PARTHA’S SHOUTING! OUCH! Out of 100 words, I counted more than 50 CAPS words. You cheated, you are so busted! Challenge doomed! Next time, Diane, please challenge him write in no CAPS, no added words like yeahhh baby. 100 percent pure value other than books we already know about, rather have new value.


Hahahahaha!! Xx


Great reading list, Partha!

Happy 100th!

Rock On! 🤘
Frank 🎸

Love it! Great message!

Hi Partha,

Ok, School is in session so now for the questions...

(Yes I was one of those kids that had a million and one questions because I had to know the reasoning behind the answers lol)

Sorry but not really.

1. Did you personally read all of these books?
2. Which is the best one?
3. Is there an order that you would recommend reading them in?

I'm so happy that my kids are older now... the "Why", "Why", "Why", "Why" stage was soul-destroying!!! Hahaha!!

1) YES
2) Hmmmm... can't choose, it's between Atomic Habits, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, or Big Magic
3) Nope, no particular order, personally go with BIG MAGIC first

Here's my take on BIG MAGIC (in MORE than 100 words, LOL):

We are all actually born creative and inquisitive, and WITHOUT FEAR!!

Then LIFE happens.

Our parents, teachers, and those we look up to, tell us to stop daydreaming, or that drawing squiggles on a piece of paper won't pay the bills.

We then listen to everything that Adults tell us as a child until ALL that creativity has been completely driven out of us.

We now educate ourselves simply to get a 9-5 we hate, we're scared of trying things that we never have before, and then if we do try something new, we give up at the first sign of trouble.

Life Tip: Think back to when you were a child. Was there something that you loved doing that you no longer do?

Making daisy chains in the garden
Playing with ONE very specific toy
Making up stories in the your head or writing them
Colouring in (there are Adult colouring books with rude words - very therapeutic, while also appealing to my immature side).
Making pretend tea and cake with your plastic kitchen set, while sitting in your Wendy House.
Reading comic books
Doing jigsaw puzzles
And my favourite - doing cartwheels, roly-polys, attempting headstands, handstands, etc.

Try one of the things that you used to as a kid, bring it back into your life, you'll be amazed at how it makes you feel inside!!

Over 100 words in comments section. “ Oh my Prince, My Prince, he's forever lost in the muck of wooorrrrrdddssss” ( throwing my hands up in the air and shaking my head). I KNEW YOU'RE DOOMED MAN!!! TSK, TSK.


I am pleased those times are gone too. My three are all in their twenties. Yes, I made it through the teens relatively unscathed.

Thank you for the suggestions, I will go with those three first.

And now that you mention bringing back something from your younger days, I used to do a lot of painting and writing in my teens. Those were my two creative outlets besides sports. And about a year ago I did take up painting again and have even set up an art room now that the children have all moved out on their own.

Thanks again.
Have a wonderful weekend!

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