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People Who Challenge You

Posted By: Randy GageNovember 6, 2012

We all like to be liked.  And we like to be around people who tells us nice things about ourselves.  And there is much to be said for having a strong support network of people who believe in you. 

And there is even more to be said about having a support network of people who believe in you – and challenge you to be better.

If you’re like most people, you’ve surrounded yourself with people who give you permission to stay the way you are.  And you know what – even if you’re AMAZING, that is the most depressing thing I can think of.  Because the more amazing you are – the more you are meant to grow.

Find people that believe in and support you – and they express that support by challenging you to be the best you can be!

- RG

20 comments on “People Who Challenge You”

  1. Thank you Randy, this has been one of my pet peeves, that people allow others to continue to exhibit bad behaviour, bad health habits and ways of being that are detrimental to them and call themselves a friend. Sometimes the best thing you can do for a person is to call them on their stuff and at least let them know you will be there when the going gets tough.

  2. Thank you Randy, this has been one of my pet peeves, that people allow others to continue to exhibit bad behaviour, bad health habits and ways of being that are detrimental to them and call themselves a friend. Sometimes the best thing you can do for a person is to call them on their stuff and at least let them know you will be there when the going gets tough.

  3. Hey Randy,
     
    Just downloaded your book from Kindle and read it in one go. Amazing book. Anyone who doesn't have it yet it is crazy!!!!! 
     
    Glad you tackled the political challenges. But I was wondering,  when you know the system is corrupt and destroying the prosperity of the poorest through inflation and job killing regulations do you just become aware of the problem, hand over your cash and then go about your prosperity business with whatever isn't looted from you? Or do you get involved in trying to change it somehow so those who don't understand are not too badly affected?
     
    Also would you ever take any of the stolen loot handed out by the politicians to help any project if they offered it to you or is that anti prosperity? If they steal it through taxes would it be prosperous to apply for subsidies like the other socialists to get your taxes back or just let it go? I know a lot of people getting very rich from Social housing and other government contracts. I could do it too and make a lot of low risk easy wealth but I feel like it is theft so I just stick at my other businesses. Is this just rejecting prosperity or sticking to prosperity principles?
     
    Thanks again for the book and I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this.

    1. @WDavidCz I do work to change the political system from within and believe it is every citizens responsibility.  Its the difference from being a victim or being a victor. 
       
      -RG

  4. Hey Randy,
     
    Just downloaded your book from Kindle and read it in one go. Amazing book. Anyone who doesn't have it yet it is crazy!!!!! 
     
    Glad you tackled the political challenges. But I was wondering,  when you know the system is corrupt and destroying the prosperity of the poorest through inflation and job killing regulations do you just become aware of the problem, hand over your cash and then go about your prosperity business with whatever isn't looted from you? Or do you get involved in trying to change it somehow so those who don't understand are not too badly affected?
     
    Also would you ever take any of the stolen loot handed out by the politicians to help any project if they offered it to you or is that anti prosperity? If they steal it through taxes would it be prosperous to apply for subsidies like the other socialists to get your taxes back or just let it go? I know a lot of people getting very rich from Social housing and other government contracts. I could do it too and make a lot of low risk easy wealth but I feel like it is theft so I just stick at my other businesses. Is this just rejecting prosperity or sticking to prosperity principles?
     
    Thanks again for the book and I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this.

    1. @Matt Shorty Wells And I'm going to LOL your LOL!That quote did it for me too. Randy said it in a FUN and FUNNY way for me!

  5. @WDavidCz I do work to change the political system from within and believe it is every citizens responsibility.  Its the difference from being a victim or being a victor. 
     
    -RG

  6. Fortunately I'm around people who support me and provide feedbacks when I'm not doing ok. They sometimes kick my butt when I'm not moving. It's the most important reason I became who I am today!

  7. Fortunately I'm around people who support me and provide feedbacks when I'm not doing ok. They sometimes kick my butt when I'm not moving. It's the most important reason I became who I am today!

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  • 20 comments on “People Who Challenge You”

    1. Thank you Randy, this has been one of my pet peeves, that people allow others to continue to exhibit bad behaviour, bad health habits and ways of being that are detrimental to them and call themselves a friend. Sometimes the best thing you can do for a person is to call them on their stuff and at least let them know you will be there when the going gets tough.

    2. Thank you Randy, this has been one of my pet peeves, that people allow others to continue to exhibit bad behaviour, bad health habits and ways of being that are detrimental to them and call themselves a friend. Sometimes the best thing you can do for a person is to call them on their stuff and at least let them know you will be there when the going gets tough.

    3. Hey Randy,
       
      Just downloaded your book from Kindle and read it in one go. Amazing book. Anyone who doesn't have it yet it is crazy!!!!! 
       
      Glad you tackled the political challenges. But I was wondering,  when you know the system is corrupt and destroying the prosperity of the poorest through inflation and job killing regulations do you just become aware of the problem, hand over your cash and then go about your prosperity business with whatever isn't looted from you? Or do you get involved in trying to change it somehow so those who don't understand are not too badly affected?
       
      Also would you ever take any of the stolen loot handed out by the politicians to help any project if they offered it to you or is that anti prosperity? If they steal it through taxes would it be prosperous to apply for subsidies like the other socialists to get your taxes back or just let it go? I know a lot of people getting very rich from Social housing and other government contracts. I could do it too and make a lot of low risk easy wealth but I feel like it is theft so I just stick at my other businesses. Is this just rejecting prosperity or sticking to prosperity principles?
       
      Thanks again for the book and I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this.

      1. @WDavidCz I do work to change the political system from within and believe it is every citizens responsibility.  Its the difference from being a victim or being a victor. 
         
        -RG

    4. Hey Randy,
       
      Just downloaded your book from Kindle and read it in one go. Amazing book. Anyone who doesn't have it yet it is crazy!!!!! 
       
      Glad you tackled the political challenges. But I was wondering,  when you know the system is corrupt and destroying the prosperity of the poorest through inflation and job killing regulations do you just become aware of the problem, hand over your cash and then go about your prosperity business with whatever isn't looted from you? Or do you get involved in trying to change it somehow so those who don't understand are not too badly affected?
       
      Also would you ever take any of the stolen loot handed out by the politicians to help any project if they offered it to you or is that anti prosperity? If they steal it through taxes would it be prosperous to apply for subsidies like the other socialists to get your taxes back or just let it go? I know a lot of people getting very rich from Social housing and other government contracts. I could do it too and make a lot of low risk easy wealth but I feel like it is theft so I just stick at my other businesses. Is this just rejecting prosperity or sticking to prosperity principles?
       
      Thanks again for the book and I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this.

      1. @Matt Shorty Wells And I'm going to LOL your LOL!That quote did it for me too. Randy said it in a FUN and FUNNY way for me!

    5. @WDavidCz I do work to change the political system from within and believe it is every citizens responsibility.  Its the difference from being a victim or being a victor. 
       
      -RG

    6. Fortunately I'm around people who support me and provide feedbacks when I'm not doing ok. They sometimes kick my butt when I'm not moving. It's the most important reason I became who I am today!

    7. Fortunately I'm around people who support me and provide feedbacks when I'm not doing ok. They sometimes kick my butt when I'm not moving. It's the most important reason I became who I am today!

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