A Vertigo Chase
Isn’t it funny in life, how we chase others for validation? The question is why do we look to someone else to fulfill our deepest voids, well in my opinion, it’s rooted simply by fear. This state-of-mind is a crippling agent creating an impulse which in return seeks a form of unnecessary false need of control. For a moment think of this, how did the ‘greats’ meet massive success? Of course, they faced failure as that is clearly a fundamental to self-growth and success. However, after reading a number of their empowering life stories they all charted to clearly stand out above the masses. As I mentioned in, The Luxury of Change, change is inevitable and only be manifested if we take the proper action towards achieving it.
I’ve learned over the past years as a consultant and published writer that there is a time to chase after a prospect and people in general. In my personal life I’ve met thousands, if not more, all with a personal goal of benefiting their business or well-being. We must ask ourselves before engaging with others what is the end goal, as the result is still a concept unknown and can’t be rationalized. Too many times we all (as I have fallen victim in the past) look at our emotions to drive us through the process of decision-making. This form of frivolous way of thinking creates a sense of urgency to begin the chase; we feel we need this prospect, person or brand, but in reality, they may need us more than we need them. We all come with great value as much as the activities we perform, it clearly depends on how you invest your time that determines your fate.
Now I’ve come to realize when you stop chasing people or even the fictional thoughts of “what if” and begin to stand still in faith you will then attract the value you are truly destined to have in your life. I find this shift in mind-set possesses such meaning and perseverance changing all you knew the very minute you realize you no longer need to prove your value to others. The question is when will you start the transition of letting go to the pointless chase within your life?
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