I want to share with you a philosophy that changed Tom Corley's life.
It comes from Huna, an ancient Hawaiian philosophy of life: “Bless that which you want.”
If you see a beautiful car, bless that car and the owner of that car…
If you see a beautiful house, bless that house and the person who owns the house…
If you see somebody with a wonderful, amazing business, bless that business and that person…
Because anything that you negate, you can never have.
It doesn’t mean don’t be uncritical of the principles of the rich and successful folks you admire, but even then, there’s no room for jealousy.
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The more you can learn to admire their achievements, the more you will spiritually be open to learning how they did it.
So when you find a teacher, a coach, or a person in a field of area doing really well that you relate to:
- Learn and model from them
- Admire them
- Follow their lead and don’t veer from it until you’ve made it to the top