DON’T BE A PRISONER OF CONFLICTS!

Success has a lot to do with the personal drive that’s inside of us.  

It also has a lot to do with how we adapt to our outside surroundings.  

Now if you speak to the average person, they will convince you that they have control over their life.  In other words… they will inform you that they are grown, they are independent, and that they make their own choices.  But at the same time, these people who have so much control over their lives… often wish they had a better life!

The majority of people truly believe they have control over their lives… but in reality they don’t!

Why?

BECAUSE THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE ARE VICTIMS OF THEIR OUTSIDE SURROUNDINGS…

AND PRISONERS OF CONFLICTS!

Consider the average person… who in the course of a year will make several realizations that he/she needs to re-focus.  This person will declare that it’s time to get serious, and focus on their plan.  Unfortunately for most… that re-focus barely last two weeks!

Because during that two weeks… this person has been distracted, interrupted, and bombarded by everyone’s issues, problems, and troubles… on a daily basis!  And before this person realizes it… he/she has lost control of their independence, they have failed to make their own choices, and again they have lost control over their lives.  (Even though they are grown!)

Remember this:  When people interrupt you daily (and I do mean everyday), by bringing you their personal business… know that this is a conflict to your personal schedule.

AND A CONFLICT TO YOUR PERSONAL SCHEDULE…

IS A DETRIMENT TO YOUR OVERALL SUCCESS!

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