Are You Unreasonable

A few days ago, I told a client that she was “being unreasonable”…

She thought I meant it in a “bad” way.

What I was telling her was that she was thinking outside her comfort zone…which is a good thing.

Sometimes we tend to think things are ‘reasonable’ because we’ve bought into some limiting thought we’ve developed over the years…

We say things like, “I could never do that because… [fill in appropriate self-defeating excuse here]…”

And we don’t even realize it because we’ve become resigned to the fact that we ARE limiting ourselves.

Only when we’re “unreasonable” can we break beyond our current situation because it was our ‘reasonable nature’ that got us there in the first place.

Bob Doyle was one of the guys who taught me to become unreasonable.

When I did, my life changed. Go here: Beyond Reason

My dad used to always say,

“If you want to keep getting what you’re getting, keep doing what you’re doing.”

This is what reasonable thinking gives us… the SAME THING!

If your financial outlook isn’t where you’d want it to be…it’s most likely because you have a ‘reasonable’ view towards wealth.

Bob will show you how to change your mindset and start ATTRACTING more wealth immediately by thinking BEYOND REASON

Enjoy

3 thoughts on “Are You Unreasonable

  • January 29, 2008 at 6:16 pm
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    Reason is important in all disciplines, including theology and financial matters. Reason requires the use of an open-mind in order to process new and perhaps useful information.

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  • February 7, 2008 at 12:15 am
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    Amen…. the definition of crazy is to do the same thing over and over again while still expecting a different result. It really isnt what you do as much as “how you do it” . Even a slight inflection of tone in your voice can make a difference in reaching someone or not.

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  • February 15, 2008 at 3:49 am
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    I was just talking to a friend about the importance of creating an elastic worldview. Like Wayne Dyer says, the key is in having a mind that is open to everything and closed to nothing.

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