Jason Redman’s Monday Muster to start your week off right & crush those goals!
This week we talk about challenging your beliefs.
In last week’s Monday Muster I talked about expanding the Rule of 3 Ps to 5 Ps, adding Profit and Protection to things we should be doing daily.
Turns out, Profit tended to blow the minds of some of my coaching group members. Like many people I meet, they were hesitant to discuss Profit.
Many people are uncomfortable talking about money.
This is fascinating to me because MONEY is critical to almost every aspect of society. We need it to pay for any essential thing we need or want. Food, clothing, shelter, transportation, protection and anything you can think of. Yet, I meet so many people who see money as “bad.” And view “Profit” as an evil word.
I grew up relatively poor. I was not taught about money management, so it was much later in life that I finally started thinking about it, learning about it and figuring out how to make it work better for me and my family. I moved from being uncomfortable with money to getting more comfortable and smarter with it.
Yet we are living in a world today where people want to be comfortable.
Comfortable in their lives.
Comfortable in their ideas.
Comfortable in their beliefs.
Which is a dangerous place to be.
We should always be challenging our beliefs especially if something makes us uncomfortable. We should be asking ourselves, why? And then we should be doing research to learn about that thing to challenge our beliefs. When we research different beliefs, we may come full circle to reinforce our beliefs or we may learn and grow from it.
Either way we have to get out of our comfort zone and that is precisely where we grow and GET BETTER!
Challenge your beliefs.
Make sure you are not living in echo chambers that only reinforce what you already believe. This is the path to always be better.
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