Oct. 5, 2017

Confrontation is Just a Word

Confrontation is Just a Word

For most people confrontation is a negative thing, but the truth is you just won’t grow without it. What makes it impossible for people to confront other people? When you have a money problem what should that tell you? What is the one lesson you...


For most people confrontation is a negative thing, but the truth is you just won’t grow without it. What makes it impossible for people to confront other people? When you have a money problem what should that tell you? What is the one lesson you should learn about value? On this episode, you’ll learn the importance of having the courage to confront yourself.

 

Takeaways

People don’t like confronting others because they don’t like confronting themselves.

You can’t have standards if you don’t have confrontation first.

If you have a lack of money, your value to the world isn’t connecting with people.

The world is built to support mediocrity.

 

At the start of the show, we talked about the power of giving your business plan a title, and why you have to constantly work on yourself. Next, we talked about why money is the outcome of value and what causes a lack of it. Towards the end, we discussed how to view confrontation if you want to win.

 

We also talked about;

  • Your relationship with confrontation
  • How the world is built to support mediocrity

 

Confrontation is just a word, but your relationship with it is what makes it positive or negative. Instead of seeing it as a bad thing, see it as the key to your freedom, your breakthrough, and your destiny. You have to constantly work on yourself so that you’re always valuable to the world. Remember, you can either believe in abundance or believe in lack. What you believe in determines the outcome you’ll get.