I'll just leave this here
Dropping the 4 instincts that hold you back.
We're all ready for a new year. We're all ready for for the world to hit the "refresh" button. But we also know this year will have its fair share of surprises and disappointments. How do we make sure we're more prepared than ever to respond to an unpredictable future and make this next year better than ever?
Everyone gets angry from time to time. Sometimes, when people hurt people, somebody should get angry! But unresolved anger builds and builds until our instincts aren't productive—they're destructive. But how do you deal with anger, especially when the offender hasn’t made it right again? Listen for the one and only cure for this volatile substance.
It's eating us alive—that burning feeling we all get when we see someone succeed or someone's opportunities or someone else's bank account or spouse or kids or...The list is endless and so is our desire to have it! When we don't, it's hard not to compare and feel like we're entitled to more than what we have. It would be one thing if we could keep to ourselves and let our insides eat away, but JEALOUSY has a way of leaking out and burning up people around us. So, how do you kill it off? How do you extract envy?
It's sneaky, almost undetectable to the average person. But once inside, it eats and eats and eats until all you know is hunger. Pretty soon, you're gobbling up more than you need. Worse yet, you start protecting your precious reserves from people you actually want to invest in. Let's shine a light on the sinister instinct of greed, diagnose if there's any of it infecting us and find the only real way to put an end to it.
We've all made mistakes. We've all hurt people before. But, for some of us, we just can't shake the sense that we still have debts to be paid—somewhere in the world. The problem is, even if we can find out who we've hurt, stolen from or betrayed, there's rarely a way to truly pay back what our actions of caused them. So, are we destined to carry this guilt around with us forever? Time hasn't healed the wounds completely. Are we destined to have that small ping of shame every time we see them or enter a new relationship? Will we ever feel completely free and clear?