This was in two places yesterday…
This isn’t directed at any individual, but if you see yourself in it, please accept it in the spirit of love and my desire for you to break through…
There is an energy in which we ask for and accept things (a topic we are covering in #MindIntensive at the moment).
Some of us are way too passive and don’t have the self-respect to ask for what we want. And when we don’t, it’s a stone cold guarantee no one will give it.
Others have what seems to be an opposite problem, but is really the same problem manifested differently. They make demands, act and speak without grace or consideration of the person they’re interacting with, and fail to do all they can.
That is another form of passiveness…putting the responsibility for your success on someone else, then blaming them when in your heart you know you didn’t do everything you were capable of.
My desire is for each of us to find that sweet spot. Enough self-respect to ask for and receive what is ours, and personal responsibility to grow into someone who serves and is served…to the tune of a thriving and prosperous business.
First place was in our Facebook Summer School group. It got 82 likes and 29 comments…out of 581 members. That’s an insane number of likes for a group of that number of people.
Second place was on my wall…yesterday. So far: 13 likes…out of 4746 Facebook friends.
What’s up with that? Wouldn’t you expect more likes from a larger population?
Some of you figured it out. The smaller number is a group who are interested in the topic. They signed up for it, and a decent percentage upgraded to a paid course (Mind Intensive).
So yeah, the environment you run with has a lot to do with your success. Make sure you promote in a place where people are receptive to your message.
And more than that (and this is what I wanted to talk about in the first place)…
The average person wants what they want, and aren’t really that concerned with how they ask for it.
That why the average person isn’t getting rich, or having an amazing life experience. They’re having an “average” one. Nothing wrong with that.
The above average person knows how to ask for help in a way that makes people want to give it. They have appreciation and grace.
And because of it, among other reasons, they make an above average income. And they have an above average life experience, above average fun, above average everything!
Definitely nothing wrong with that!
The Mind Intensive People are picking it up already, even though we aren’t even halfway through the class.
And many of them are making money. More than they’re used to.
Many more of them are getting happier, sorting out complicated parts of their lives and are just functioning better.
That’s an important step on the way to making money.
Mind Intensive, the audio series is available.
How to be more graceful.
And how to make more money.
Take a look.
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