The StarkQ Custom Over Kill A.K.A "Mosaic" The Game Changer


Day 1 Reset**

I have started working on my resume and started applying for Jobs.

I will play custom StarkQ terminus2 once in three days.
Mogul & Power Can Corrupt. (Undetermined loops)
Beyond Limitless Ultima (once a day)

@SaintSovereign what listening pattern do you suggest I start off with?

To be more specific,

On Custom stark Q days and custom off days, what should be my loops of M and PCC?


DAY 1.1

I’m gonna try something insane.

I’m gonna go to sleep by stacking
MogulQ and PCCQ on one player
EF on another player

Put them on repeat, and go to sleep

3…2…1… Start 1:04 AM


Day 2.1

Custom Off Day

Mogul = 1 loops Pcc - 1 loop

EF St1- 2 Loops


How did this turn out?


Nothing special bro…not bad not good @Sirchiropractixalot


Interesting. I had the same idea to cut down on the time spent listening to my stack, but I wasnt sure if it would have the same effects as listening to each track separately. Are you going to try this again?


yea… tommorow is another day


cool. thanks for being a guinea pig :rofl:


Day 3.1

Today is my Custom on Day

Gonna Start Playing Custom StarkQ Core and QL ST4 and PCC Simultaneously.


Day 5

Off Day


Day 6.1

Gonna do a all nighter Sub Atttack

Player 1:
Stark Q core Custom Terminus Square U;trasonic
Limit Destroyer Q Ultrasonic X 4
God Like Maslunity Q Ultrasonic X 4

Player 2:
Quantum Limitless Q Stage4

Player 3.
Emperor Fitness Q st1
Mogul Q


Hope to hear from you on the forum after the all nighter…:joy:


All at the same time?


(I know this is a bit off-topic for a journal, but I didn’t think it needed its own new thread over in the lounge. If anyone disagrees, I’m happy to re-post, just lmk. :slight_smile: )

@mecharc: If it will help you on your journey, here are a few of the books that have been instrumental for me. I would consider this the essential syllabus for anyone who needs to become an expert in running & succeding with any business.

Fix This Next, by Mike Michalowicz - Streamlining a business and identifying/fixing any issues
Profit First, by Mike Michalowicz - Developing a profit-based mindset
Traction, by Gino Wickman - Business growth, starting
Rocket Fuel, by Gino Wickman - The importance of a well-constructed team
The E-Myth Revisited, by Michael Gerber - Building systems to improve efficiency
Clockwork, by Mike Michalowicz - Automate & Delegate systemic tasks and processes
Scaling Up, by Verne Harnish - Business growth, scaling big

All of these are very approachable reads, and I’ve found each one to be very helpful in shaping the way I look at business as a series of connected systems and parts.

Hope this helps!

Edit: Adjusted the order a bit… always automate before scaling. :wink:


Thank you so much!!! It really means alot! @BLACKICE


All at the same time!


@SaintSovereign My ultrasonic stack was playing n my laptop and I pulgged in my headphones oto listen to some music, while the sub was playing (by mistake)… I had it on for like 2 mins or so… Now i am freaking out


You should be fine.


For later on, getting into executive/management mindset, here’s a few more:

Good To Great, by Jim Collins - A classic business mindset book about being the best.
The Essential Drucker, by Peter Drucker - Get the right things done, vs getting just anything done.
The ONE Thing, by Gary Keller & Jay Papasan - Focus on priorities, ignore the rest.
Essentialism, by Greg McKeown - Focus on priorities, ignore the rest.
The 80/20 Principle, by Richard Koch - Focus on the small part that makes the biggest difference
Getting Things Done, by David Allen - Once you know what to do, get it done systematically


They’re not kidding when they say CEO’s read one book a month