Have you ever heard the saying, “A wealthy man has many concerns. A hungry man has only one?”
Fyodor Dostoyevsky, the great literary giant and author of the book “Crime and Punishment,” had a rather unique ritual to get things done.
Whenever he became comfortable off of his professional success, he deliberately gambled away his money.
Suddenly, without all of the trappings of wealth, his true purpose once again materialized. He was forced into a position where he needed to produce or starve.
Interestingly, Dostoyevsky wrote a novel called “The Gambler” in just 26 days to — you guessed it — pay off a gambling debt.
In this lesson, we discuss how to apply the phenomenon of the “Gambler’s Secret” to our advantage.