Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi are back with the Own Your Future Challenge where you can take control of your life and decide your own future. Are you brave enough?
Dean Graziosi and Tony Robbins Own Your Future Challenge
Do you know who you are? You're the boss! You might feel like it, or even know it but you are the boss of you. I mean it in both the good and bad sense of that word. Let me tell a short story.
You see, I wasn't always this cool cat I'm now. In fact, most of my life I was kinda lame. However, not the type of lame that everyone picked but rather a lame boy with an “I don't care” attitude. It was fake tho, just a mask I would wear to now show my true self.
A scared shittles boy that would beg God, the universe, or anybody that would help me to get through a day. My biggest goal in life was going a day without making a fool of myself.
What was I afraid of anyway? Pretty much everything that had to do with me. I was scared someone will think something bad about me, I'll not make it to the bathroom on time, I'll whole in my pants, pretty much anything embarrassing that could happen I was afraid of it.
Guess what? That went into my adulthood and in fact, I still get chills running down my spine when I think of some of those things. So, what changed?
My attitude toward it and knowing a simple fact that you don't always decide what happens to you but you always have control over what you'll do next. Even if your choices are limited you still can decide based on the options you have.
Usually, it's much more simple than that and had to deal with how we react to things.
For example, let's say you have a bad day do you think you'll be nicer to people on it? Most likely no, and the worse part is that you might not even realize. or do you, you probably do but you blame something else, don't you?
They are probably annoying anyway but on a good day you just don't mind it as much, right?
That's the first sign you lost control. You see, it's easy to blame somebody else for pretty much anything in our lives.
- You hate your job. Probably your boss or colleague's fault, right?
- You hate your spouse. It's always her/his fault, right?
- You can't make money online. All the programs out there are fake, right?
- You can't control your life. Everyone is against you, right?
Okay, maybe I went too far with this but you get my point, right?
What does that have to do with #OwnYourFutureChallenge?
It's simple, little things, as well as big ideas, shape our future and it's time to own it with Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi
Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi Challenge
What if there was a way to really own it? Maybe even own up to yourself? Listen, if you think being positive or successful means you repeat a phrase in a mirror over and over again or simply wish it you have another thing coming.
Does it work for some? Sure, it can work for anyone but there is one key element a lot of people forget. Most of us are not open to it, even if it's subconsciously. The majority of us wear masks, surround ourselves with walls, or build a shell around to protect what's inside.
That's why we get frustrated or even laugh about self-help or motivational talk.
I've noticed there are 3 kinds of people in the world when it comes to this:
- People that accept it and it gets through to them without barries
- People that accept it, but in few days change their minds or forget about it
- People that reject it right and mark is as BS
The first one and the third one are obvious. If you're still reading this you either in the #1 or #2 group. If you're # why are you still reading?
With that said, being in the first group makes you open to most experiences. The second usually divides into the more skeptical and the know-it-alls. There is nothing wrong with that and while that group, me included, might not be as naive as the first we shut the doors more often then we open.
Did you notice that people in the first group are generally happier? Sure, they make mistakes, fall victim to swindle more often but despite all of that they seem to be okay. Better yet, I found they also have more success.
It makes sense if you think about it. Let's say you have 100 opportunities in your life to be whatever you want. If you're in the first group you take 80%, in the second 40%, and in the third 10% of them.
Who do you think will have the biggest chance for success? We can argue that the second and third were more selective so their % of success rate can be better than more chances? But let's be honest, we such at choosing opoortunities.
You could have invested in cryptos and have millions now, right? I rest my case.
However, there is a drawback because opportunities cost time and sometimes money. So, the first group definitely spends the most time and money on it.
However, ask yourself this: when you're lying on your deathbed what would you regret more? Not binging 5 seasons of some series on Netflix or chasing an opportunity of a lifetime? Or losing $1000 on a smartphone when your old one works perfectly fine vs investing $1000 in yourself?
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The point of all of this is not to be super-rich, powerful, or famous. If that's your goals that's fine but it's all secondary. All of these lead to us being happy with our lives and making a change in the world.
The world is going bananas right now with the pandemic, politics, and the things that divide us. One thing is clear, self-education is the future and you have a unique window to an opportunity to take the challenge and decide your own future. Own it!
So, what are you waiting for? Take the Own Your Future Challenge Now