Here’s to a better YOU … and now … Today’s DarrenDaily Recap Sunday. A collection of the weeks videos from Darren Hardy. Enjoy!
Naturally beautiful: Lots of things to do in beautiful, Newfoundland, Canada.
…on the Rock!
p.s. “It’s okay to modify the dream.” –Morgan H. Nichols
May 02, 2020
You’re one of those people who are stuck in their ways.
It’s hard for you to change your routine.
We’ve all heard of the saying “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.”
In reality, you can’t change your mind without a commitment to change. Most people are ‘checked out.’
Processing, analyzing, and thinking are conditioned behaviors in our society. Being checked out means that instead of being and staying attentive, you tell yourself that you don’t know the answer. You tell yourself to move on. In reality, you know that you possess everything required to be great.
Why does this happen?
To find that out, there are some questions that you must ask yourself.
- Did you grow up with passive-aggressive people in your circle of influence? If the answer is yes, there’s a high probability that you always feel like you have to explain and justify what you do.
- Were you conditioned if you got an answer wrong or did something wrong in your household? This might mean that you’ve lost your voice over the years for fear of saying the wrong thing.
- Finally, were you rejected or abandoned as a young child? This can leave you analyzing and stuck in your head for years to come.
If you see a situation to be potentially painful, your left-brain will do what it is conditioned to do and has been doing for years; check out. It will overthink and cause you to avoid the “perceived” pain, which in most cases is purely over-exaggerated fiction.
So you analyze and overthink…
Which leads to anxiety….
Which leads to procrastination…
Which quite frankly, keeps you stuck right where you are.
See the pattern! Stay strong…
May 02, 2017
When you look at your list as $$ signs, you forget the most important thing…
Each Lead On Your List Is a Living Breathing Human Being (With a Problem That They’re Asking YOU To Help Them Solve!)
You might want to read that line again and ingrain it into your mind.
Of course, it’s not your fault. Because just look at how we describe our prospects when we speak about them. LISTS!!