“These kids today all feel so entitled!”
We’ve all thought that once or twice, and for good reason. There are a lot of people who seem to think that just because they were born they deserve to have everything they want handed to them.
That feeling of entitlement is harmful. It can lead to anger, laziness, depression and more. It hurts individuals, families, companies and our country.
But I’m here to praise a certain type of entitlement mentality.
I want you to feel…
Entitled to living an extraordinary life.
Entitled to finding and pursuing your Passionate Purpose.
Entitled to going after what you truly want.
Entitled to earning a fantastic income that you can use for yourself, your family and others.
Entitled to wonderful personal relationships.
Entitled to – you fill in the rest.
As long as you are willing to work for it, why not you?
(Um, Greg, the definition of entitled implies you don’t have to work for it.
I know, I’m changing the definition. Work with me here.)
“I believe that every individual is naturally entitled to do as he pleases with himself and the fruits of his labor, so far as it in no way interferes with any other men’s rights” —Abraham Lincoln
Living an extraordinary life is not just for the select few or the elite. It’s for all of us. Get that through your head. Write it down. Read it every morning. It’s for all of us.
You can do it.
Feel more entitled.