How many times did you let what someone said about you bother you? Along with this, how many times did you worry about if someone would laugh at you or think you’re crazy if you were to tell them what you wanted to do with your life?
And even if this didn’t happen to you would it bother you anyway if it ever came up?
In this podcast episode Chaney discusses how to overcome worrying about what other people think (and say) about you…while being able to use these types of situations to turn your life around.
Here’s what you’ll also discover:
- What it means to be reasonable and how this is stopping you from living the type of life you want.
- The reason why people say, “I don’t know what I want” and what to do to change this.
- What’s really being said when someone says, “I don’t know what I want” and how worrying about what people say about you is causing this.
- What it means to be unreasonable and how this dictates the amount of success you achieve in life (while also caring about and helping others).
- How being unreasonable is necessary when it comes to not worrying about what other people think about you.
- Why there is no such thing as being a “hater” (and what’s really going on when someone calls someone else a “hater”).
- Why someone calls somebody else a hater and how this keeps people stuck.
- How to deal with (and not deal with) someone that calls you a hater.
- Why someone gets upset or feels hurt when certain people say things about them…versus…when others say the same things about them and they don’t get upset or feel hurt.