I recently shared a mini podcast about a grudge that accompanied a debt that I need to pay back for $18K.
Is that a lot of money?
Yes and no.
It depends on who’s saying it, what you’re spending it on, and how it affects your life.
If you are allowing $18,000 to dictate how you operate your whole life’s happiness, by remaining stuck on not having it, is it worth it?
It’s only money.
Do you understand what I’m saying?
My friend lost 7 YEARS of sleep, personal power and production because he let a grudge over money hold him back from confronting, resolving and moving forward.
Whether it’s money or a person, there are experiences that we all go through and something to consider is to ask, “Is it worth it to me to hold onto the bitterness?”
For me, $18K out of $1 million+ wasn’t as valuable to me as friendships.
How you handle anything is how you do everything.
Beating around the bush to bring something to someone else’s attention is not done by powerful people.
Powerful people CONFRONT.
If something bothers you, tackle it head on and have the hard conversations. What you might find is that the conversation isn’t nearly as hard as it is to maintain the bitterness that comes from not confronting those whom you feel wronged you.
If it’s not serving you and helping you become a better person, GET RID OF IT!
Don’t fake it but face it, meaning that if you pretend that something doesn’t bother you on the outside but it’s tearing you up on the inside, have the courage to tackle it head on
* What am I still holding onto and continue making it a big deal?
* Where can I confront something in my life that has been holding me back?
* What will my life look like by no longer having that grudge hold me back?
If you lack something, let’s confront it with a direct conversation and move on.
This is the Prosperity Revolution, a daily podcast that will help you revolutionize your personal world which will allow you to then change your outer world.
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Setema Gali – The Reverend of the Revolution