You know, I’ve noticed something.
You subconsciously tell yourself a little story that I (Andy) am better than you.
That I’m more disciplined than you.
That I’m more hard-working, smarter, better with women, more capable than you.
That I’m in some way “special”, or maybe “lucky”, and that’s how I’ve had the success with women that I’ve had.
You tell yourself there’s reasons why I made it as far as I have, and there’s reasons why you can’t do the same.
But I want you to ask yourself a question: Is this belief serving me?
Does it help you reach your goals when you tell yourself “Andy has something I don’t have”?
Does it make you want to bust your ass and crush it when you tell yourself “I’ll never be as good as Andy”?
Does it motivate you to tell yourself that I – and all of my coaching clients whose transformation stories you’ve watched – have something that you don’t (and can’t ever) have?
I want you to think long and hard about this question: Am I just making excuses?
If the answer is yes, then the next question is: What am I going to do about it?
The world is your oyster. You’re allowed to have anything you want. If you need help building your dream life and achieving your goals, I’m right here – sign up for my coaching and I’ll help you. If not, that’s cool too.
But you have to stop making excuses and stop telling yourself you’re not allowed to have the things I/we have. You have to TAKE ACTION and MAKE IT HAPPEN. “If it is to be, it’s up to me”.