When I read The Fountainhead, by Ayn Rand, back in 1982, I was struck by the concept of living an unrestricted existence. One of the characters in the book spoke of this, and it became my ultimate goal. Imagine doing what you want, when you want, with whom you want, for as long as you want without ever having to answer to anyone ever again. Watch this short video I recorded in the studio at the Mansion, and I’ll look forward to your comments.

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Steve
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5 thoughts on “Living an Unrestricted Existence”

  1. There are three types of people in this world:
    1. Those that make it happen
    2. Those that watch it happen
    3. And those that ask “what the hell happen”…

  2. Awesome Steve! I was captivated as soon as you said The Fountainhead. Howard Roark has been a source of inspirations since I read the book as well. A true visionary, and raw human. I made the decision to begin my journey of the Unrestricted Existence around Thanksgiving of this year. I may not have framed it with that phrase, but it fits better than what I had, Live Your Truth. I have found the capacity, confidence, focus, and desire to go for it, all in, with complete abandon. And you said it a few times, I am going to simply because I choose to, and even more importantly, because I believe I can. The major hurdle in front of me is getting out of the Service, which will occur in the next 60 days. At that juncture, I am opening my heart, my mind, and my purpose to the Possibility Project. Wake up each day with a purpose, a goal, and focus my energy on chasing it. Maybe it lasts a few hours, maybe a day or two, perhaps it becomes the adventure of a lifetime. One thing I know for certain Steve, as long as I embark on these adventures with Love as my guide, I cannot go wrong. Cheers!!

  3. President Trump is an example of non restrictive life. He has no preparation but does whatever. We should learn that do whatever that comes to your brain. THEN many someones will find a good results from your actions.

  4. Absolutely brilliant Steve! What a profound concept. You defined Unrestricted Existence perfectly. For me, and I would think for many others, it means building a successful business and being your own boss, and in a way that doesn’t require working 16 hours a day. I just read a quote today from Jim Rohn that is very relevant to your topic: “If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.”

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