We live in very interesting times. In today’s society we live vicariously through other people living a lifestyle that we want and often times don’t understand the work it takes to get there. There is no such thing as an overnight success. It takes work, and it’s not always easy.
Here’s what I know, there are two kinds of people in the world. The person who responds under pressure and comes out swinging and the other who engages their flight mode and folds like a cheap chair. Mirror moment, which one are you?
Most of us want the benefits of being in the1%, but don’t have the self-esteem to make it happen. Acting like a millionaire is a far cry from being one, and it involves getting into the process of doing the work to get there.
This week we’re taking a listener question around David’s teaching on “front of the plane, back of the car” and the fear and shame that most people feel when they take that step.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- The difference between entitlement and working for what you want
- How raising your standards and balancing your ego helps avoid the shame spiral
- The illusion of safety and how your ability to respond to any situation keeps you from stopping