I want a refund.
Isn’t it funny how people demand a guarantee from others but they rarely demand a guarantee from themselves?
“In 30 days if you don’t make money with this program you’ll get your money back.”
“In 30 days if you don’t lose weight with our program you’ll get your money back.”
“In 30 days if your sleep doesn’t improve, send back the empty bottle and we’ll refund you 100%.”
People are always quick to point at someone else and say, “You let me down.”
How often do these same people look themselves in the mirror and say, “I let myself down.” ????
It’s always easier to blame someone else for their failures than it is to take responsibility for them…
It’s easier to blame your boss for your lack of success.
It’s easier to blame your personal trainer for your lack of fitness.
It’s easier to blame your spouse for all your problems.
It’s easier to blame your chiropractor for all your symptoms or your lack of improvement.
It’s always easier… for now…
Have you ever looked yourself in the mirror and said:
“I’m not getting up on time.”
“I’m not putting in the work.”
“I’m not putting in the effort.”
“I’m not making it a priority.”
“I’m not putting in 100%.”
“I let me down.”
People would rather hold someone else to the fire than themselves.
You don’t owe anyone an apology. And no one owes you a refund.
You owe yourself a personal guarantee.
Guarantee yourself you’ll wake up on time.
Guarantee yourself no more tv til your work is done.
Guarantee yourself no more desserts, no more eating out, no more snacks until you get your result.
Guarantee yourself no more alcohol/no more smoking.
Guarantee yourself you’re working out daily now.
Guarantee yourself no more skipping my weekly chiropractic adjustments.
You owe it to yourself to get better because today is the easiest day you’ll have to do it.
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