It's My Fault

written by Jason Chenard


Organically, people have opinions of you, their leader. Due to environment, they think about you and they talk about you because they experience you. Your habits, subconscious beliefs and fundamental values reflect onto others. Click the above pic to read the full article.


Approaching this truth with humility instead of ego will allow you to respect it instead of take it for advantage.



If you have not reached your nutrition goals, blame yourself first.

There are controllable routines that could be made better.


If you are not rested enough, blame yourself first.

There are controllable routines that could be made better.



Are you humble enough?



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