In a few posts last week we looked at what happens when you are exposed to your “deal of a lifetime.” I believe the average person gets offered a deal of a lifetime about every two years. They just don’t become the lifetime deals because they don’t recognize or act on most of them.
So here’s the million-dollar question. Or in this caser, questions…
When you pass on an opportunity, is it because you have a healthy skepticism and it didn’t pass the test? Or did it fail the test, because if it passed, that would mean growth, action, and effort on your part? Or did you pass it up because on a subconscious level you know it really could work, and you are afraid of actually being successful – because that would remove your chance to play the victim?
It’s worth some very serious thought. We all have intuition and hunches. But we must recognize that they can be distorted by our programming. So how are you on all that?