Someone recently said to me,”These specialists on training, finance and company are making money on things that nobody has to be taught. It is 100% instinct. The men and women who use their instincts don’t have any reason to want someone to teach them how to date. It is just plain common sense.”
That’s a wonderful quote. I will agree with it… 100%.
Forget about all of the experts — especially in finance and dating. I mean, come on.
Look how good Americans are in fund. Look at all the fantastic things they have done to themselves.
Look at the amount of those who have borrowed from their home believing that the real estate market was about to go up 100 percent each year. Look at all the men and women who kept their money in the stock exchange during the. Com heyday, believing their shares could go up 200% each year.
Yes, people do not need financial help in any respect. People — the vast majority of people — clearly require a whole lot of financial help. Something like 95 percent of individuals who win the lottery have been broke within six decades.
People today need financial help! A buddy of mine purchased a home in 2005. In Los Angeles, homes went up in value 132 percent in five decades. He thought that homes would continue to go up and up since there’s not any more land in Los Angeles. Now he has lost $300,000.
So according to this quote, people do not need financial assistance? It is”just plain common sense?” Really?
In terms of dating, sure I will agree that it also is”just plain common sense.” In this case I’m really not being sarcastic.
The thing is that people do not trust themselves when it comes to dating. They’re reluctant to approach. They are afraid to say what is on their mind.
When they are on a date, they are scared to challenge somebody since they’re searching for validation and acceptance. They need to be liked. They need to be loved.
Do not get me wrong. I adore people who figure out things by themselves. I love people that are financially secure or are good at dating all independently.
The issue is that a large part of those people today believe everybody else should be like them. It was so simple for them, and they have no empathy for others that are screwing up in these areas and are not mastering them independently.
Allow me to tell you, the 80/20 rule is accurate, and 80 percent of the world is screwing up. They do not get it. They do not understand. 80 percent of the world can not balance their own checkbook, make a budget or walk throughout the room to approach someone of the opposite sex.
When people say something similar to the quote I put at the start of the blog, I say to them,”You don’t have any compassion.” If you need assistance in 1 part of your life, you ought to go and get it!
If you need help with dating, you will find people like myself that can assist you.
Really, a lot of what I teach is to get people to trust their instincts. I teach people how to trust themselves, love themselves and how to become self-aware.
Shame on you to the man who gave me the quote that began this blog, for believing that nobody has to be taught these things. Shame on you.
There are several people out there who are lonely, angry, angry, and bankrupt. So many lonely folks who can not date, who can not make the ideal relationship decisions, but according to whoever gave me this quote they ought to just figure it out by themselves. It is all instincts and common sense.
The thing is that these people’s instincts and common sense have not gotten them anywhere. So why pass judgment about those folks, and about their decisions to seek help. Passing judgment on people is why we are in such a mess in this country.
I really like that I teach people how to date, the way to meet people and how to love themselves. I have compassion for it and I love it.
So come on people. Stop judging others that are having trouble with a portion of the life, and start supporting them.
I can imagine what happens when the girl who gave me the quotation at the start of the blog has a friend come to her for guidance. She probably only says to her friend,”Just use your common sense.” I can even imagine how badly and how embarrassing that friend must feel after hearing this.
This lady should say to a buddy like this is,”You know, I may have gotten this part of my life so, but I can totally understand where you’re at and how you’re feeling. Let us find you some help and the ideal people to speak to about this, so that you can make this part of your life”
Let us start supporting each other and stop judging each other.
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