JoycePenner wrote:There are millions of people looking for a home based business.
How much should you care if someone has an unsuccessful mindset? By care I mean, how much time should you invest in that person?
I'm going to say none. I care but....not interested in helping anyone who is not ready to learn, comit and get with it. I got too much respect for myself, for my time, my family, my future kids, my mother, my father and I can spend time with them than prat about with someone who isn't going to do sod all.
I can spend time with the team and new people who are committed, and doing it and want help.
Been there. Done it. Forget it. Not even going to be bother. All we can do, is expose, do our work and they follow the system, get in, contact, do. All we can do is hope the best for the person and move on.
Serious. I ain't going to lift a finger. Not a chance.
The brain of a person has a mechanism. How the heck anyone can fight that? If the brain has perception, of some fear, of some threat, of some negativity - BOY, that takes work. You're fighting a brain that is sophisticed, amazing and....it got information in that full of crap that created that threat, that percepton and the rest.
That's going to take too much work. Up and down, up and down. Just care, and smile and hope one day they find good in life and opportunities but I won't mentor a person like that. Too draining and personally, when you got many who are in need of help, willing, comitted - then that's where my focus is.
We all know what it takes to succeed and we have been there - where you find those who don't do jack, and who talk a lot, and don't do jack, and who act like victims and don't do jack, and who say they didn't know and don't access the resources THEY KNEW exist. And who make 100 excuses of what won't, can't, but what if la la la.
So for me, nah. Not even going to bother. That's out of our control. You can't push someone to do something, push...push....push...energy sucking. Care, hope for the best for them, pray, wish them luck, think good of them, but that's it really.