The other night I was at a carnival with my family, which was absolutely amazing.
I was approached by a man while there about how he wants to be a coach and do what I do. After further clarification, I had a golden question for him:
“Have you hired your own coach?”
“No. Why would I do that?” he asked.
And there was the hypocrisy. You want people to pay you, but you’re unwilling to pay someone else to be your coach.
Think of it this way, if you are grossly obese, no one is going to want to hire you to be a fitness trainer. Same goes for spirituality; pointing fingers about living one way and yet living that same sin.
We oftentimes are unwilling to do for ourselves what we want to do for others.
I’m a coach because I’ve hired and invested in my own coaches.
You may look good on the inside, but you’re falling apart on the outside. It doesn’t work.
Be real and tell the truth about who you are. A foundation of lying and being dishonest DOESN’T work.
If you say one thing and do another, you are a hypocrite.
If you want people to make sacrifices yet are unwilling to make your own sacrifices, you will not be prosperous.
I will NEVER have my boys do things that I won’t do myself. When I tell them that they can do hard things, it’s because I do hard things.
One of the greatest things I learned from my mentors, is to LIVE THE LIFE THAT YOUR IDEAL CLIENT DESIRES.
Pay out so that you can get paid. If you get rid of the hypocrisy, you will be happy and fulfilled. I promise you that.
* Where am I being a hypocrite and pretender?
* Am I in alignment with what I tell people and what I do?
* What can I do today to live a life of integrity rather than hypocrisy?
Karma is a beautiful thing when you understand how it works.
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