Quick question for you…
When you see someone doing something you’ve always wanted to do, how do you respond?
Do you become envious?
Do you become excited?
Does it motivate you to go out and do it for yourself?
Or do you close off and get agitated and annoyed?
The reason I ask is because, if there’s anything I’ve learned during my own transformation, it’s that…
Your response to this makes all the difference.
In fact, your response is what actually dictates if you’ll ever be able to do it for yourself.
What do I mean by that?
Well, there are two ways you can look at this situation.
You can look through the lens of LACK.
Or you can look through the lens of ABUNDANCE.
The lens of lack says that if someone else is successful, there’s probably no room for you to be successful, too.
This lens breeds resentment, negativity, and anger.
On the other hand…
The lens of abundance says that if someone else is successful, then they’re actually paving the way for YOU to become successful, as well.
In other words, the pie is big enough for ALL — and through the lens of abundance, you KNOW it.
This lens breeds optimism, positivity, and motivation.
One lens paves the way to the life you dream of, desire and deserve… while the other often paves the way to a life you become dissatisfied with.
I’m sure you can guess which one does which.
But the real question is…
Which lens are YOU looking through?
Rooting for you always,
– Kurt the HCG Warrior
PS – If you’re someone who has a tendency to look at the success of others through the lens of LACK…
Then it’s probably hard for you to see someone else lose a bunch of weight and now look great, simply because somewhere, deep down, you don’t believe you’re able to achieve and sustain those same results for yourself.
But I’m here to tell you that you’re wrong.
You CAN achieve those same results.
And if you’re someone who’s not at the ideal weight you want to be at, one of the best ways to get there is to start celebrating the success of others as sincerely as you can.
If you do that, you’ll begin to feel inspired yourself, and then…