The Price of “Thank You”

Hey broham, I’d like to share something with all you bargain hunters out there today. In my over 30,000 hours of training (that’s the equivalent of almost 3.5 years of training non-stop around the clock; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week), I’ve learned something.

I’ve come to realize that the more you value yourself, the more people will do the same. It’s worked since the dawn of time. But at the same time, you have to make sure that you’re valueable.

Now, I can’t tell you how much I see people associate time at a job with experience. What experience is is the actual know how in what you profess to be good at. Just because you’ve done something for 20 years, doesn’t mean you’re good at it. I’ve tried to do a rubix cube for probably 30 years now and I still haven’t had the patience to figure it out.

I digress…

My point is that maybe you’ve had that experience in your life where you know that you are worth more than you are currently getting. Like maybe you geniuinely believe that you are valueable and you feel underappreciated or underutilized at work.

I’m gonna tell you like this brorrito, I’m here to tell you that the only thing that can really hold you back is your own thoughts and ideas.

I would have you consider that you reflect what is in your mind with every action.

Every thought of

Failure
Lack
Bad Luck
Confidence (or lack of it)

Shows up in everything you do.

So if you want to change what’s going on around you, you can’t change what’s happening to you.

You have to change what’s happening WITHIN you.

I know that you are ready to level up your life and you are tired of looking at others about how you feel. It’s time to be the change that you want in your life.

I’ve been helping to bring change to lives for over a decade and I’d love to help you invest in yourself.

If you have the desire, but money’s an issue, I’m not gonna leave you hanging. If you’re serious about taking your life to the next level, just subscribe to my Inner Circle here and you’ll get daily gems delivered straight to your email.

Jerry “not a cheapskate” Washington

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