Ignoring the common denominator

I unfortunately hear this gripe a lot:

“I just don’t get it.  I’ve tried this system, and I tried that system, and none of them are working for me. None of it actually works.”

My 2-part response to this is NEVER pleasant.

Because I first ask what they have actually *DONE* and *IMPLEMENTED*, and their answer is always “nothing basically”.

Hope alone doesn’t work. (Sorry to spoil that for you.)

Then I ask, “Have you been ignoring the common denominator?”

The common denominator is you.

Yes it is hard to admit.

But YOU need to look inwards.

Most people avoid blaming themselves as they can’t admit the truth.

It’s easier to keep blaming everyone else and everything else.

Stop scapegoating onto others.

You aren’t doing the right things.

You are the one not doing anything productive.

Take responsibility for the way that you are.

The only common denominator is you.

You have to finally accept that fact if you are to actually get over it and move ahead.

The good news is you can fix the problem.

But first you have to admit that there actually is a problem. Even if the problem is you.

That takes guts.

That takes maturity.

That takes insight and grace.

Can you admit it?

Or would you rather keep fooling yourself?



Now you can grow.

Mend your ways here:

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Tom Zeeb
Traction Real Estate Mentors