(Principles are basic truths that, when applied, cause success to come to you easier and quicker.)


Have you noticed that many people seem to look at their life as if it were some kind of crime scene? They look for victims and perpetrators. Motives and methods. They assign blame and label behavior. Their life, they say, is not their fault!

Whew. Tiring. Draining. And not very much fun to be around. So why would they do this? It’s because they don’t know any other way. If they did, they would do it. They’re not bad people. They just don’t know how to get out of the view of life they hold. In fact, they accumulate plenty of data to support their current view.

And that’s the secret for you. For you to keep from feeling like a victim — ever! — look for data, any data, which supports the view of life you want to be true for you. When you look for it, you will find it. When you look for crime scene data, that’s what you will find.

Your life increasingly becomes what you look for.


Coaching Point: What is one piece of data which supports this?


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