The negative people, the pursuits you dislike and the environments that deplete your joy are costing you fortunes of income and empires of impact.
When it comes to Best of Breed Performance, one of the most valuable things I explain to my clients is the imperative of releasing these success bandits from your life.
The people who steal your fire, smother your ambitions and laugh at your visions are keeping your prosperity chained and your impact small. [This is an extremely important insight].
Having the wisdom and guts to let them go [while still wishing them well on their life's journey] is a total results-changer.
Deleting the energy vampires and drama enthusiasts, methodically and swiftly, will lead to your Mindset becoming more positive, your bravery becoming more potent, your work becoming more excellent, your personal life becoming more peaceful and your place in the world becoming more unlimited.
So you can become the person nature truly wants you to be.
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And it doesn't matter what other people are doing. All that matters is who you're becoming and how far you've traveled. I understand a lot of us have that herd mentality. I understand that in this world of ours, especially with social media, we are suffering from an addiction to comparison. It makes me think of what Theodore Roosevelt once said. He said, "Comparison is the thief of joy." I'll repeat that again because it's such a valuable idea, to me at least. Teddy Roosevelt said, "Comparison is the thief of joy," and real leadership is not about followership, it's about leadership. In other words, you can follow the crowd, do what everyone's doing, think the majority thinking, operate the way everyone is operating, or you can run your own race, trust your instinct, be authentic, speak with your own voice, pursue your own ambitions and be your own woman or man, but you can't do both.