Why not?
Why not me?
Why not now?

2 last questions to ask

What if I do?
What if I don’t?

Many people ask themselves “why bother trying”, or tell themselves “sure it happened for them but it will never happen for me”, or “I’m not good enough”, or “I don’t deserve ….”, or “it just takes too much effort”, or … fill in your own standard mantra you repeat to yourself every day, and sometimes every hour or minute.

What is it you want in life? Have you achieved what you want? If not, why not? Whose fault is it that you haven’t received what you want out of life? When you ask that question is your first impulse to pointing at an outside force? If so, you have your answer.

Wait! You mean it’s outside forces that are the reason for my failures?

NO! It’s you excusing yourself of responsibility for the outcomes in your life that is the answer.

“For things to change, I must change!” – Jim Rohn

Unfortunately, few people are willing to take the blinders off their eyes, look in the mirror, and face the stark reality that

REALITY 1: Life is not fair, no matter how much you wish or try to make it fair.

REALITY 2: The only one who can make my dreams come true is ME! If someone or something tries to stand in my way, it’s not their fault if I refuse to push past and onward to reach my goals.

REALITY 3: Failure is not “failure,” but rather a step along the path to success! If you allow yourself to quit because it gets hard, or you get a no, or something you tried didn’t work out how you planned, or for any other reason short of death, then you have no one to blame but yourself. Thomas Edison said so well, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”

Are you a person who is going to “settle” for what life throws at you, or are you a person who is willing to take the blinders off and take 💯% responsibility for your life, your results, your future?

I don’t know what your goals are … are they to
• lose some weight?
• get healthier?
• earn a few extra dollars a month?
• gain financial freedom?
• ensure your family’s future financial needs are met if you are suddenly not able to work?
• something else?

If you said YES to taking the blinders off, but don’t know where or how to start, then contact me or comment below, and let’s find out if what I have to offer is a fit.

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