This P-Word is useless without The R-Word

Aasmund Ryningen
3 min readSep 11


And I’ll tell you precisely why.

First off, I’d like to start with the P-word and why it is so important.

I am talking about Patience. That’s right. Good ole’ patience. Like in you actually being able to wait for something to happen and not become erratic and start wondering why the world doesn’t work according to *your* preferences. I’d love to become jacked, ripped and have a swelling biceps on either arm just by lifting one weight in the gym. We all know that’s not how it works. Things take time. As in months and years. Rome wasn’t built in a day.

Patience means that you actually have the willpower and discipline to keep on working hard.

Especially when things do not go your way.

You are going to make an attempt in earnest on something, only for it not to yield the expected result you wanted.

Most self-help gurus, experts and pundits on Twatter and elsewhere call this ‘failure’. I couldn’t disagree more. Attempting to doing something which you think is correct is not failure. It’s simply just the wrong approach. Could be your timing is off. Could be your skill level is too low. Could be a whole lot of other things which prevent you from getting that satisfactory result.

Perhaps your boss has had a rough day and you asking him for a pay rise pisses him off even more.

Could be that girl you approached had lost her best friend to cancer and she’s not in the mood for anything.

That technique you used to lift the weight caused your back to hurt, because you haven’t been paying enough attention.

You didn’t make that sale because you pitched the wrong product to the wrong prospect.

And so on.

So, you move on and try again.

Do you understand the importance of this?

Now, in those examples I gave you, what is the common denominator?

What is the reason for why you eventually are going to succeed?

Enter the important R-Word.


You need to do things over and over again until you improve and get better at them.

This is highly, highly important.

Now, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t tweak or improve things. Of course you have to. But you need to do things more than just once. It is always a numbers game. That one girl rejecting you isn’t the end of the world. As long as you approach more than just one girl. That prospect you didn’t sell to was perhaps not in buying mood. But you need to sell to other prospects. If your boss rejects your request for a pay rise you need to go back and do a better job and ask him again when it’s a good time.

Repetition when done during the correct circumstances and in the right way is key to improvement.

And also massive amounts of Energy.

Just think about it.

Because you are improving every time you are doing something you will eventually win and succeed at what you are doing.

It is inevitable.

Every wrong outcome is just a step closer to your win.

Don’t you see how this is literally a recipe for a massive win down the line?

This is how an Electrifying Persona [EP] thinks and acts.

And I’ll help you learn more about EP’s and how you can become one as well.

I’ve actually written a whole book on this topic. Namely how you can become an EP and increase your Energy Levels, too. Imagine you working so hard on achieving anything that you want and you are able to get it because you aren’t relenting. You aren’t stopping.

You apply all the patience in the world, day out and day in because you elevate your Energy in tandem as you improve your skills.

Sounds good right?

Well, what’s even better is that this book is FREE.

And all you need to do is go to my bio, click the link and follow instructions accordingly.

And I will see you on the other side.