- Not enough education. You need those string of alphabet behind your name. They make you acceptable, believable and valued.
- Unable to identify helpful people. It’s all about network and connections. Friends aren’t really friends you serve a purpose for them otherwise you’re history.
- Have sex to young. It’s like using your Social Security check to buy your first bicycle. It won’t get you anywhere but broken spokes.
- Get married to people based on a feeling. Marriage is a business partnership. You have to have some logical connection. Marriages based on emotional connection are like tying your kite to a submarine. It’s difficult to soar with the eagles when you’re swimming with the sharks.
- Trusting people-with words, money and possibilities. Even friends and family can’t be considered “trustworthy.”
- Investing in “investments.” This means you’re spending way too much money trying to make more money a lot later.
- By not valuing my personal potential. Self-esteem seems to be grown from dirt and watered by sweat. Self-confidence comes from skill and experience. Looking into the eyes of people who you want to “give it you” is fatal.
- Agreeing to something I knew was wrong in the first place. Intuition and gut feelings are believable. The mind is purely a GPS. It leads you to wear the “ gut tells you to go.”
- We think we don’t have to participate in life and activities. Only with action and vulnerability do we actually experience life to its fullest.
- Not saying Thank You enough. There are more people in this world that I owe thanks to.