Question: I’m new to your website. Where should I start?

Actually, we have a helpful Start Here page for our new readers. It tells you how to make best use of this blog.

Q: What is the motto of livetheinfinity?

Livetheinfinity is an idea, sort of an intellectual tool we use to get rid of the unwanted distractions in our lives to make room for the essentials. Livetheinfinity allows us to focus on what’s important in life by channelizing your time, thoughts and energy accordingly —health, relationships, passion, growth, and contribution—so we can find happiness, fulfillment, and freedom.

Q: What inspired you to start

Basically, I was tired of not being happy. I was in a hunt for answers or finding meaning in things I do and  stumbled across a few things and discovered some ideas as a tool to bring meaning back into our lives. I started this site to chronicle my journey into many things like stoicism, minimalism, attaining spirituality without religion – all in order to live a fulfilled life. I started connecting these dots and making better habits, lifestyles which I share through

Q: What is the goal behind livetheinfinity?

This is a question that I [most] often get from my friends and relatives. Goals are for losers, winners use system. Here’s how.

Writing is a skill that requires practice. So the first part of my system involves practicing on a regular basis. I don’t know what I am practicing for, exactly, and that’s what makes it a system not a goal. This helps me move from a place of low odds to good odds. The second part of this blogging system is sort of R&D for writing. I write on a variety of topics and see which one gets best response and I also write in different ‘voices’. Readers do a good job in helping me recognize what is working and what is not. And I do all this by writing passionately about an idea which I think is worth sharing.

Q: How do I start with/ to livetheinfinity?

Livetheinfinity isn’t something you can transform into in a second. It takes consistent effort as a course of actions/ corrections in developing good habits and catalyzing change for the good through better ideas. You can follow this website and follow other people (people who inspire this blog) to get a more thorough understanding of livetheinfinity..

Q: Did anyone in particular inspire you to start this site?

Yes, I was inspired by dozens of personalities, websites, books especially Tim Ferris, Sam Harris, Tony Robbins, Jaggi Vasudev, Simon Sinek, the minimalists and a few others.

Q: What was the hardest part of your journey? The easiest part?

Taking action—especially your first few steps—is usually the hardest part. Culturally, I was thought “knowledge is power,” but true power is in action. Take action and don’t get stuck in the paralysis of analysis.

While doing stuff was hard on the other hand the easiest part was thinking of what to do. Once the decision was made and I started taking action, one by one. A few examples would be starting this blog, how I got rid of unwanted stuff, how I did weight cutting for my cycling trip, how I managed to teach myself to code over coming the intimidation.

Q: Are there any spiritual or religious aspects in livetheinfinity?

No. Well, not necessarily. livetheinfinity isn’t about religion, but there are a lot of “infinite beings” (people who have their values/principles synonymous to livetheinfinity) who follow God or live by a set of spiritual principles with/ without religion. For more context check out Sam Harris’ Waking Up (spirituality without religion).

Whatever you believe (or don’t believe), livetheinfinity can fit that lifestyle. Livetheinfinity does cover some spiritual aspects but has no religious foundation. This is a very difficult question for me to answer crisply.

Q: How did you design such a cool website?

Honestly, I could hardly spell HTML when I started this thing, let alone build a website. I knew I wanted to document this journey and I wanted to help other people, but I had no clue how to build a website. But, as my grand mother used to say, Where there’s a will, there’s a way.

Q: How can I contact you ?

You can visit our contact page.

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