I write with aeronautic discipline. It takes sixty minutes to make a car, but it takes six months to make an aircraft. I don’t engage one year of writing to write on 365 things; I rather engage 365 days on thinking to write on one thing. This is why my books are so thought-provoking.
For every book I write, I embark on multiple sessions of thinking fasting. As revealed in Atomic Knowledge, thinking fasting is the art of starving oneself of social interactions, engagements and enjoyments in order to secure the spiritual state and mental signal for creative thinking.
I self-sentence myself to months and sometimes years of dream imprisonment in order to write. I can’t write effectively when I am free. I write when I am under dream arrest. Man indeed, must forgo the freedom of ease in order to maximize his potentials for creativity.
It is normal for me to embark on an intensive daily book writing project from January 1st to December 31st: just writing, no travels, no pleasures, no leisure! I just sit on my writing desk to write round the clock, until I get unconsciously kidnap by a ‘sneezy-sleep’, after fifteen hours of non-stop writing. Yes! I am abnormal. This is why I am exceptional.
I read a lot, but I don’t read to get materials to write. I rather read to get materials to live. To write books with original content you need to consult with divine inspiration rather than consulting with books.
Divine Inspiration is my most important tool for writing. Without divine inspiration you will just be a newspaper reporter who simply report daily happenings. I can do without computers; I can do without pen and paper. But I can’t do without divine inspiration
Creative thinking is my next most important tool. It is creative thinking that connects you with divine inspiration. And thinking is superior to reading. While reading is the accumulation of knowledge; thinking is the cultivation of knowledge
“Dedication is to give your best to a goal, but dead-dication is to make a goal your life” -Creative Control