It only took 11 negative dysfunctional relationships in a row for me to question whether I might just happen to have some culpability in the results. It was the same dynamic after numerous business failures and health challenges. Thus, is the life of a professional victim. When things aren’t breaking our way, we start checking for possible causes:
Your cheap boss.
Your current spouse.
The mainstream media.
If it’s not one of those, we default to the old reliable standbys:
After pretty much all of the above, I had to finally ask myself the fateful question that transformed my life. That question was…
In all of these health emergencies, toxic relationships, and biz setbacks – was there one person who was always at the scene of the crime?
I didn’t like that answer, but it was what finally set me free. Because I’m stopped looking outside for answers and started looking inside. Here’s what I learned…
When you focus on the things happening around you, you’re a tourist in life.
When you focus on the things happening to you, you’ve chosen victimhood.
When you focus on the things that happen inside you, you’ve chosen to truly create your life.
Previous post: The Shocking Truth of Imposter Syndrome