How is it that some people seem to "make it" and others don't?
How is it that some people are down on themselves, never quite satisfied, never feeling that they are "on top of their game"?
The answer is their conscious and sub-conscious programming. This programming can be changed. You don't have to remain a victim of your up-bringing, of your proer history, of your past, or your current circumstance.
I thought that the rules for success were about trying to please other (to get them to like you) and about being perfect (so you look good). How wrong I was. I was sabotaging myself. This self-sabotage was ricocheting throughout my life.
As I moved onto later adolescence and early 20's, I was fortunate enough and blessed to learn the lessons that this book outlines. Of course, I couldn't have explained those changes or what actually brought them about in the same way that I can now. So I KNOW that these principles work.
You don't want a life filled with regrets. The pain of regret weighs like a ton.
Where are you now in your life? Are you where you'd hoped to be? Are you living a life that you could be proud of knowing that you're giving it your best?
Not only are you compromising yourself by self-sabotaging, but it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy for your future: your future as a person, your future in term of your career, your future in relationships, and your future in terms of a permanent relationships. They all feed off each other. Never really succeeding. Never quite making it.
What a tragedy. What wasted potential.
Don't stand for it. Don't allow yourself to continue to go down this path. You deserve better. You are better.
Imagine for a moment what life could really be like. How you could really be.
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