I was at the gym and I overheard a conversation the other day…a negative conversation. From gas prices and the economy to layoffs, this person was complaining about everything.


This person defeated himself. The economy didn’t defeat him, his boss didn’t defeat him, he defeated himself.


That’s the power of our own suggestion. It can cause us to win or it can defeat us.


This is very important. It’s so easy to look to the left or look to the right and
find somebody complaining about something. And it’s so easy to join in. Misery loves company…so they say.


Well don’t do it. Don’t engage. You weren’t born to complain. You my friend were born to WIN.


Make your own economy. Work on yourself. Become valuable to others. Become attractive to others. Become a problem solver for others.


Don’t pass on a complaining, victim driven attitude to anyone. Pass on the SPIRIT of a HERO…a winner!


Move forward 1% today. Yes, just 1%.

Start speaking triumph over your life.


Say to yourself:


“People are drawn to me.”


“I like people and people like me.”

“I am the success that I seek.”


Start going the extra mile for others and watch what happens.


Get clear on what you want.


If you’re at a job right now and you want to leave it.

Find out how much money you need to make consistently each
month to leave that job and make that your goal.


Don’t make $1,000,000 your goal. Make it your goal for your
business to pay your monthly expenses first. The million will come later…and it will!


Get started. Don’t join the ‘complaining party.” You’re above that…way above!

The world is waiting to experience your gifts, talents, and abilities. Will you let them?


Go ahead! Do it!



2 thoughts on “

  1. It is actually difficult to get knowledgeable people about this topic, however you seem like you are aware of what you are writing about! Thanks

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