On losing someone

Aasmund Ryningen
3 min readAug 15


Not sure how much this applies to your life, but here we go regardless.

Sooner or later in life you’re going to lose someone who’s near and dear to your heart. Could be your best friend. A close relative. Maybe even [God forbid] your child(ren). Or someone else who means a lot to you. It has happened to me and it’s going to happen again. Obviously this depends on how many people you have in your life. If you have no one to lose it means you are all alone and by yourself. You’re going to end up like a rotten corpse who might be found 2–3 months after your death. No, this isn’t pleasant reading, but it is important reading. So if you do not know anyone, start *today* finding new friends and building important relationships.

And yes, this *highly* ties into Energy and being an Electrifying Persona [EP].


When your close someone passes, it’s going to suck.

A lot.

And you’re going to have to allow yourself to mourn. Whatever that means to you. Cry a river. Or an ocean. A lot. Honor your close someone’s memory and/or last wish. Actually genuinely saying goodbye *in your way*.


You move on.

As in, keep on living life.

And, *implement the best elements of your late someone into your own life*.

I’ll give you an example from my own life.

My late grandmother passed 7 years ago. To this day I miss her a lot. Even writing these words is kind of challenging. But, the show must go on. My life must go on. And *I* must go on.

So, in loving memory of my late grandmother I implement what she did the very best; Working hard, every single day. Especially on the days I do not feel like it.

You can do the same thing.

And, the truth is, when I remind myself I am working on something I do not necessarily prefer doing in the moment such as training hard, training boxing, reaching out to new prospects, doing accounting, paying a lot of money to invest into something and so on, I get more Energy. Both from the hard work and from knowing I am honoring my late grandmother.

Obviously context and nuance applies.

What works for me might not work for you.

Maybe all you have left as a memory of someone is a phrase they said? Or how they spake?

Could be the way they dressed.

Or how they would approach a certain task.

Whatever floats your boat, DO IT, to take that Energy out of thin air and use it for something good.

It certainly beats sitting at home feeling sorry for yourself.

Motion always beats Emotion.

Remember that.

Also remember I offer something else to those who want to learn more about how to become an Electrifying Persona [EP].

Namely my FREE ebook on how to increase your Energy levels. More specifically, I have identified 21 different ways that I’d love to share with you.

Plus a lot more on how to deal with time, distractions and perhaps most importantly, the people around you with whom you surround yourself.

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And I’ll see you on the other side.