Envy for the “gurus”? (Please, no!)

It doesn’t matter what they do…

It can be very easy for our hearts to turn envious to all the “boasters” and flashy gurus online.

The guys with the million dollar funnels and businesses.

The folks with the perfect lifestyles.

The ones with the pics of their smiling families. Countless beach and vacay photos plastered all over their FB wall.

 

The ones who seem to have it alllllllllll together… (Do we really know that as true??)

And it can be all too easy for our brains to feel that as a result of where they are and where we currently are, that they are winning and we are losing.

However, we must NOT let ourselves play into this.

Success isn’t a zero sum game.

It’s not win/lose.

Just as making a great living isn’t win/lose.

It CAN 100% be win/win.

You offer something and make a great income, and someone else equally gets a just as good, if not greater value.

And here’s the thing.

For example…

Does it matter if your neighbor is slimming up for summer, and you are or are not?

 

Not at all, right?

We don’t have to worry about that.

All we have to worry about is how WE are doing.

That, we can track and improve.

What do you want in your life right now?

What are you doing to make that happen?

Are you well on your way?

Is something holding you back?

How can you break through any obstacles in your path?

THAT is all that counts. And it is useful to help us get what we want.

Let others live as they’d like, and we’ll do what’s best for us and our own! ?

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Written by Papa Shally
I start blogging in 2008 but I have never take blogging seriously. And that is the biggest mistakes that I make in my life. In 2010 I almost stop blogging completely. I concentrate on my low paying day job and was too tired to even look at my blog. But then I still keep my blog and websites up. After 7 years, I realize that I cannot only depends on my day job. I could not afford being in the rat race 9 to 5 work and also on unpaid on-call work. Then I realize something, if I never stop blogging in 2010, I will have lots of audience by now. It takes few years for me to realize this mistakes. And now here I am again, creating a good content for you. I hope you can subscribe to my mailing list and also like my Facebook page. Also, if you found that my content is good, please share it with your friend. Thanks. - Papa Shally