The One Quality You Must Have In Order To Master Reality


In today’s video I share with you one fundamental quality all masters of their realities have.

It may sound gimmicky and clickbaity, I know. However there still is a lot of truth to this.

See we get bombarded by many different thoughts, every single day.

Many different desires.

We have a desire to start a business, change our entire business model, change a job, dump our partner, sell our houses and live in the mountains…plenty of thoughts urging us to act now.

Which ones do we pursue? Which ones do we ignore?

The quality is simply clarity.

In this video I share with you a new take on clarity, and how to recognize the false as false, and discern the weak desires from the ones that cannot be discarded…and how the reality masters do it.

Here’s what I discuss:

  • Why and who is the most susceptible to “the shiny object syndrome”
  • Thoughts & desires: the ones worth pursuing, and the ones worth discarding + how to recognize the difference
  • Becoming reactive vs proactive: why you must always be at the cause and not the effect
  • The core emotional driver: who you were meant to become
  • The 3 keys to mastering the mind & gaining a crystal clear vision for your life

Hope this was helpful!

Leave me a comment below with your thoughts?


Quazi (00:00):

Quazi here. And in today’s video, I want to share with you what one quality that every single person that I’ve met, who have mastered their realities and they’re living the life that they want to live, what one quality they all possess by the end of this video, I’m not only going to share with you what this quantity is, but the key to unlocking this quality for yourself, and also the tool that you can begin to use immediately to start using this just for yourself, so that you can begin to apply this and you too can become a master of your reality. So please stick around till the very end of this video, because there’s a lot of subtle nuances in this that I’m going to discuss with you today. And I do think it will be very, very valuable for you. So without further delay, let’s go right ahead and get started.

Quazi (00:48):

Now, before I do begin, I want to quickly announce that I made a brand new bootcamp for you. If you scroll down to the pinned comments, you’ll find a link. That’ll allow you to access our exclusive email list. And guys, I can only share stuff in there that I can’t share on the channel because of YouTube platform limitation. So if you just scroll down, you’ll be prompted to enter your email and your name, and then you’ll have access to our exclusive email list. Last week, I sent out a brand new movie that I made and also a free course to our exclusive email list. And if you’re not part of that, you probably didn’t get access to it. So go down, click on it and sign up. So let’s go right ahead and get started with this video today. I want to talk to you about this one quality and however, click baity that may sound, I do honestly believe that this is one of the most important qualities that people who’ve mastered reality creation have.

Quazi (01:36):

I’ve been speaking to a lot of people, you know, a lot of successful entrepreneurs, a lot of successful business owners. Who’ve gotten into this online space, um, and they’ve made everything for themselves. And I’ve also seen that, you know, when I look at my life right now, I couldn’t have it’s beyond my wildest imagination, right? And, um, I would have never imagined it to be this way as it is today. And I’m very, very grateful for that. Now I start to ask why and how can we make, how can we help every single one of our clients and customers achieve the same with their lives? What is the one quality that, that 80%, you know, that the big domino as Tim Ferris would call it? What is that big domino that will allow you to achieve the same and quite simply put what most people do is they have, we have all of these thoughts that come up every single day, all of these little tiny desires that kind of distract us and make us go in a different direction.

Quazi (02:29):

We get all of these, you know, this shiny object syndrome as people are calling. Now, we want to try out the different business opportunities. We want to try out the different careers. We want to do the next shiny object that pops up on our newsfeed and in form of an advertisement, right? So we get quickly distracted from our main goal, our main mission and our main purpose, because these shiny objects appear sexier than a, you know, the things we’ve been doing and things we’ve been doing, the boring work. It’s just that it’s boring. You know, maybe you’re committing to a business and you know, you’re doing the outreach or you’re doing whatever it is that needs to be done. You’re following a procedure and you’re already very deep into it. But now you’re all of a sudden presented with a shiny object that makes the cross scene green on the other side.

Quazi (03:18):

So to give you a concrete example of that, you know, maybe you’re working on building a particular business, maybe you’re working on an e-commerce business. Maybe your goal is to make money and be financially free. You’re working on an e-commerce business, but now you get an ad that says, wait, a consulting men, a coaching business could be much easier and you can start it up in no time. But the real question is, is that actually right for you, you know, is the coaching business right for you? Are you more passionate with e-commerce? So do you see what I mean? There’s a million different pod parts that lead to the top of the mountain, which path is right for you. There is no one right path, right? The right path is the one that resonates the most with you. The one that you can commit to, and the qualities that you possess, the natural strengths that you possess are best suited for that path.

Quazi (04:06):

So to give you an example, when, you know, I’m someone who’s extroverted who likes to make videos, who likes to share their ideas for me, sitting in a room, locking myself up and analyzing data, uh, you know, a business that’s solely centered around that might not be the best because my strengths are communicating, uh, talking to prospective customers, talking to customers, providing value in making these videos. So when I’m doing this, when I’m making these videos, I’m tapping into my strengths. And, uh, I recently took a personality test that gave me a lot of insight on this. So there’s two that I would definitely recommend. One is the Myers-Briggs the 16 personalities test. I’ll put a link to it in the comments below. And the other one is the Clifton strengths, 34 strengths. And that has been a game changer for me highlighting the top five strengths that I have.

Quazi (04:58):

Anyway, before I go off on a tangent, that’s not the purpose of this video, but what we do have is all of these shiny objects that are presented to us, all of these little desires that come up, little thoughts that come up and what happens. We become reactive to these little thoughts. Okay. We immediately impulsively start to follow these little designs, thinking that, oh, wait, since I want this, this must be mine. So we get identified with mine and we become reactive to mind, but guess what? The people who are true, masters of reality creation, who’ve created their lives exactly the way that they want. An even beyond their wildest imaginations, they’ve committed to one path, right? They’re able to focus on that and do the boring work and what’s needed and not get distracted by shiny objects because shiny objects and things that make the grass seem greener on the other side of just that, once you get into it, you quickly see that it’s the same, you know, the same thing that nothing’s ever as easy as they promised it as the advertising.

Quazi (05:54):

You know, it promise you, it’s not as easy as it seemed from the surface. Once you get into the nitty gritty and it’s actually the same difficulty as what you were doing before, right? So two masters of reality tuition are able to block out those thoughts and focus on what it is they set out to do in the first place. And how do they do that? Well, here’s, here’s what I realized recently. You’ll always have these little thoughts, little desires that come up to you every day. How do you discern between that core thing that is meant for you that that core desire versus the little desires that don’t really matter? And what I’ve read recently in this, um, this book? I can’t remember the name of it. Uh, I think it’s called, I am that by, uh, Nisargadatta Maharaj, but he basically says how there’s always going to be these little desires.

Quazi (06:45):

And if we can discard these little desires quickly, that’s the best, but they’ll always also be the core desires that we have that no matter how hard we try, we can’t just shake off. There will always be those core desires, core drivers that we have. That’s built into us, conditioned into us through a comma that we can’t check, and those need to be pursued and seen through to the end. And the fruits of those desires need to be tasted no matter how sweet or bitter they are. Okay. So from that, what I’ve noticed is I’ve always been in this state of flow when I’ve completely disregarded any little desire that comes up, any little thought that comes up, if you can easily brush off any little thought or any little desire that comes up, then that means that thought or that desire wasn’t meant to be pursued.

Quazi (07:41):

But if you find that this there’s a thought or a desire that keeps bugging you over time, more and more, and it just keeps being persistent over time, then that’s the one you’ve got to see through to the very end. So the first key I want to impart onto you, key number one is don’t be quick to pursue any desire. See if whatever it is that lasts over time, see if through, you know, weeks, months, or even years, you keep having the same thought reflect on it. Even more investigated, even more, your first goal should always be to discard and just brush off any thought or any desire that comes up. Okay. Key number one, brush off or desire because remember this, if there’s no desire, there’s no suffering, right? You’ll never suffer. If there is no desire, if you’re completely because desire means I don’t have, and I’m not complete when you’re from that to yourself, you always suffer.

Quazi (08:48):

So Russia, all design and the ones that persist throughout time and keep persisting. Those are the ones that we want to pursue. Okay. So if you even investigate, you know, that like in the past, and you, you think back to your memory, like a singular thought that kept recurring, maybe of you starting up a business, maybe have you, you know, gaining some sort of financial independence, maybe you been stuck at a job. And you’ve been thinking about starting a business for a very long time. And I’m going to give you an example. I’ve probably thought about starting up a business for two years before I actually made the decision to start up a business. Right? So, you know, in that sense, there is nothing to mus, even that time that you spent, or you wasted thinking about it, that too was useful time because that allowed you to gain commitment to that path that you’re going to pursue now.

Quazi (09:39):

Okay. I want you to remember that there is no time wasted. There is no limited time. That’s just it’s in the mind, right? So he, number one, brush off all desire. And key number two is getting clear on that core desire and the core driver that we have. And a lot of people who suffer from a lack of clarity, um, find that they get easily swayed by the shiny objects because they don’t know what they truly want. They don’t have a vision for that life that they’ve committed to. This is why not reality marshy program. That’s the first thing we do. We help people define a clear vision. And just by doing that, just by getting clarity, you know, now what you’re looking for, if you don’t know what you’re looking for, you’re never going to find it. So how we do this is we help you define first what you want, then why you wanted, and finally who it is you must become to achieve it.

Quazi (10:37):

What plus Y plus, who you might not be able to see this, the lighting is probably terrible, but I’m telling you, it says what? Plus Y plus two. Okay. What plus Y plus, who clearly define, will give rise to the how and the way now I want you to take this also with a grain of salt, because how the clarity journey works is first, you begin with some goal, okay? You have some arbitrary goal that you maybe thought that you wanted. And once you keep focusing on the goal, immediately, some means to move one step forward, closer to the goal will appear to you. And that is what we call the process.

Quazi (11:28):

Now, in this instance, the goal isn’t as clear as it can be. It never is. The goal just keeps getting clearer and clearer. But as you take one step closer, guess what happens? The goal gets clearer. And when the goal gets clearer, more processes present themselves. And as you keep moving forward towards those processes, the goal gets even clearer. So what this process is, it’s a feedback. The goal gives rise to the process and the process clarifies the goal. You can’t have one on the other, you can’t sit at home and be like, what do I want? Why do I want it? And who it is I’ve got to become to achieve it. Oh man, if I can’t answer these three questions, I can’t go out there and take action. Now, if you know what you must do now to move one step closer to the goal that you thought you wanted that too has a merit.

Quazi (12:21):

So key number two is defining what you want, why you want and who it is you’ve got to become to achieve it. So the what is for the mind, okay? The mind likes to focus on something external, something outward. The why is for hot? Why do I want it? Why would I wake up in the morning to achieve it? Who would benefit from it? So it’s the reason behind doing something. And if you have a strong enough, why in the sense that there is a core emotion that drives you, then it won’t be as easy. I mean, it won’t be as difficult during times when it is difficult in the business. So for example, you know, if your business is struggling, if you know, deep down, why you got started in this, in the first place, that why will always motivate you, you’ll never have a lack of motivation.

Quazi (13:16):

Please remember this. Like the reason why we get motivated to do something is because we have two types of drivers. We have this black hat driver of things we want to avoid. Okay? It’s, it’s the resistance we want to get away from a dead end job. We want to get out of a toxic relationship, or we want to get away from something. We want to move away from something. But then there’s the white head driver, which is, we want to move towards something. Maybe if you like playing golf or you like playing video games, or you like, you know, working on a business and giving people value and simply in the act of doing it without the expectation of anything in return, if that act itself gives you joy, you get intrinsic joy from it. That’s a white hat driver. We need a mixture of both of these drivers in our lives.

Quazi (14:04):

You know, you can’t just have the black cat driver and keep getting driven by it. This is why a lot of people start up a business and then end up plateauing in their businesses because they’ve always been driven by a survival conditioning. They’ve been driven by, oh no, if I don’t make money, then I won’t get food to eat. And they have a clue that, you know, they have a, they have a standard. They’re like, all right, I gotta make 10 K a month. And once they hit the 10 K a month, they get lazy and they don’t want to do anymore because that’s been their standard of survival. But then if you want to move even further, and I’ve seen a lot of people, who’ve like stalled at like 20, 30, 40, 50 K months in their businesses. And it’s because they’ve gotten too comfortable at that line.

Quazi (14:40):

And, you know, deep down, they actually want to grow. They have that desire to grow, but they just, they can’t manipulate their psychology in order to grow. So that’s when we help them find the white hat drivers, like, what do you love to do? What would you do for free for the rest of your life? You need to know both of these for yourself. So this self-awareness is what really helps you get clarity, right? And this is also what, where the, who comes in understanding who it is you’ve got to become in order to effortlessly achieve the, what you’ve defined. And once you do that, then the how, and when, and start to really get clearer and clearer, that is the clarity puzzle. Now the final pieces, and this is extremely, extremely powerful. I’m going to write it here in a different pen. Keegan, the three is don’t.

Quazi (15:37):

Can you, number three, don’t waste your time on hesitation and doubts. Just don’t waste your time on doubting and hesitations hesitating and doubting has no value. The only value hesitation of doubt has, is in making you reflect in, is in self-reflection, but you don’t need a hesitation and doubt to reflect on something. So any period of action should be followed by, you know, some period of reflection. If you just mindlessly keep acting, you’re going to be following shiny object syndrome. You’re not going to have organic forward and organic action. You’re going to be following someone else’s instruction. This is what most people do. We become cogs in the, in, in society, like go to school, go to college, get a good job. Why never even thought about it? Why should I do this? Never even questioned it. So the value of Downton hesitations, and simply, and reflection, but reflection can be done without doubts and hesitations.

Quazi (16:38):

So don’t waste time on doubts and hesitations, whatever mistake or whatever failure comes up, let it come up and view it as a part of this journey to you getting to that, what, getting to that goal that you have, or pitfalls or mistakes that you’ve made, it might appear to you. And this limited mind as a backward step, right? It might appear to you as you’re moving backwards, but in the grand scheme of things, it’s actually a forward step. You might not be able to see how it’s a forward step. So for example, let’s say you, uh, making 5k a month in your business, right? And then month one, you do 5k month two, you do 10 K month, three to 20 K, but then month four, you go back to 5k to you in the logical mind. It seems like the 5k is a backward movement, but in the grand scheme of things that 5k needed to happen so that you learn the lessons. So you can sustain that 10, 20, 30 can keep on moving up. How do you know, how are you supposed to know? Right? So don’t waste time on debts, view everything as a, as something that’s helping you move forward. And if you view it as that, if your attitude is that of I am moving forward, if you assume that you are moving forward, then that’s exactly what’s going to happen.

Quazi (18:11):

And with that, I conclude this video. Thank you so much for watching. I sincerely hope this was helpful. Let’s do a quick recap of what we talked about today. We talked about the one quality that every single monster of reality creation has, and this quality is simply the quality of getting clear, committing to a vision and eliminating all the little thoughts and little desires that the mind conjures up that the mind gets subject to from its environment in this way, the true master reality creation is never at the effect of things, but rather the, at the cause. Okay. We want to be at the cause of our environment, of our surroundings, of what we see, not the effect. And the only way we can do that is if we’re, if we’re beyond the body, if we’re beyond mind, then we will no longer be at the mercy of mind or the mercy of body, of our bodily cravings or the thoughts that we have, or the feelings that we feel a lot of people are, oh, today I feel like this I’m going to do this today.

Quazi (19:08):

I feel like that’s, I’m going to do that. But within you, there’s an internal conflict because you know, you’ve committed to something else. The true monster is not a slave to their likes and dislikes. They determine what they enjoy and what they’re fulfilled by, right? So that’s what we discussed today. And we also talked about the three keys that will allow you to become this monster of your reality and how to get that clarity and how to be able to go beyond mine and go beyond buddy. And the key, the first key is brushing off all desire and being very, very reflective on the ones that persist, because remember, we can brush off all little desire, can brush it off simply, but the ones that persist the fruits of those desires need to be tasted no matter how bitter or how sweet key number two is understanding how we can get clear on that core desire, because remember, like there’s no one path to the top of the mountain. You know, maybe I could have satisfied that, that my desire, my core driver of, um, the, all my core personality of being extroverted and wanting to do something exceptional by either, you know, starting up my business, doing this, or I could have done something else entirely. Maybe I could have been a public speaker. Maybe I could have, you know, worked for a company and worked up to the level of CEO. I could have done all of those things, right? So there’s no like there’s no one right path. There’s no one soulmate for everyone.

Quazi (20:48):

So to find out the thing that you want, ask yourself what it is you want and figure out through reflection through inquiry, why you want it, can you brush it off? Can you brush these things up? If you can, then they’re not, they’re not really meant for you. They don’t persist. And who does, you’ve got to become to achieve it, to give you an example. I’ve thought about having a business for a very long time. And I always ask why not just not have a business or, you know, why not just keep on doing this nine to five or go to a different job, or then I would complete, I would regret it. I knew that I would look at my life 20, 30, 40 years from now and live in regret. That’s something I couldn’t shake off. And because I couldn’t, because this desire persistent with me, I had to act on it.

Quazi (21:41):

And that’s exactly what I did. So when you’re, what, why, and who are congruent on one line, they’re matching each other, then the how, and when will present themselves and understand that we begin with the goal, then the process gets clearer. And as we immerse in the process, whatever it may be, you know, you might not even know your goal. You might just have a little idea of it, but maybe you think you want to business well, then pursue that move forward to one step, but take some time to reflect on it, to make sure you do want to business, but you still need to act on it in order to get clear on further steps. So this is a, is an iterative process, a feedback loop. And the final key is don’t waste your time on hesitations and doubts. Take time to reflect, take time to evaluate, but understand that every single thing is part of the process.

Quazi (22:35):

And if your attitude is that that’s exactly what’s going to happen. So with that, guys, I can conclude this video. Thank you so much for watching it. Sincerely hope this was valuable for you. Please let me know what you thought of this. Let me know what your key takeaway was from this video. I would love to know. And if you have any suggestions on future videos, what you’d like to see any topics you’d like me to talk about anything you’re confused or stuck with that, you’d like me to clarify, let me know in the comments, if you know, it gets a lot of votes or a lot of likes, and a lot of people want to see me talk about that topic. Then I will definitely make a video on it. If you’re new to the channel, make sure you like comment, subscribe, and hit that little bell.

Quazi (23:08):

So you’re notified of any new video that I put up. And also if you’d like to work closer together with me and my team for the reality mastery program, click on the link below to sign up for a free consultation call with us to see if we’d be a good fit to work together. Now who we typically work with are people who are entrepreneurs and business owners who want to take their businesses to a certain revenue level. And they’re seeing that they’re stuck at a certain level and they’ve tried out all the tactics and strategies and you know, all the business programs, but they’ve never really worked on their internal world or even if they had, they, haven’t kind of seen the results that they want because they’ve been focused on techniques and meditations and also to, you

Speaker 2 (23:45):

Know, technical the technical aspect of the strategic aspect of it. But what they’re seeing is it’s not the things that they’re doing. That’s the problem. It’s who they are. That’s keeping them stuck here. They have this invisible barrier that they can’t quite see the same patterns, keep recurring the same problems, keep happening. That’s keeping them stuck here at this certain revenue level. Their personal problems are reflecting out into their businesses. That sounds like you click on the link in the description below to sign up and let’s see if we can help. Uh, our free Facebook group is open for you to take advantage of the link for that is also in the description. Guys. Thank you so much for watching until next time.


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