Make decisions as if the intended result were true




Whenever I try to make a decision lately, I look at it from the perspective of lack vs. abundance. I try to analyze why I make decisions or why I don’t make decisions. I ask myself, If I were rich, would I care about donating $10 or losing $50? If every girl wanted me and I didn’t have to work for them, would I care if I missed out on a few?


If I were popular or famous enough that everyone wanted to meet me or be a part of my social circle, would losing a few low to mid-level relationships mean much?


I think by framing things from this perspective, you get a clearer view of what you value and what you need to work on.



 

FOLLOW LENNY

On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leviticusrich/

Improve your Life: https://www.lennyrichardson.online/programs

Grab a Copy of Lenny’s book How I Fvcked Up here: How I Fvcked Up Book on Amazon

Free Weekly Insights, Tips, and Practical Tactics for a Better Life: Sign Up Here

Please share this article with someone that can benefit from this.

Also, if you’re interested in taking your day to the next level and learning the strategies used by top-level performers to maximize their day, click here.

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All