So guess who called me, right after I put up the post about him? He had a question that would seem very positive to most people. He asked, “I want to think positive. But I can’t help myself. Every time I try, I always hear the negative voice. So how do I get myself to think positive?”
Now the day before, we had left the conversation that he was going to go online and download the new prosperity books and start reading them at lunch.
“You didn’t get the books!” I screamed.
“How do you know?” he asked.
“Because you would have never asked that question if you had.”
He has the same problem a lot of lack-filled people have. He has the belief that he wants to raise his consciousness and be happy. But that’s not really true. He’s milking too much out of being a victim to be willing to give it up yet.
I go by actions. He calls and emails me with these statements about how he wants to change. But his actions are not congruent with want he says.
Never go by the words, always go by the actions. So here’s an interesting question...
If YOU called and said you were serious about growing and breaking through—would your actions justify your story?