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When we get frustrated by our conditions, we inevitably end up becoming frustrated with ourselves. It can take us over and we tend to run with it. It can creep into every aspect of our lives, from how we relate to the people around us, to how it will impact our business.

If the frustration builds for too long, pretty soon we might forget altogether what the hell we were frustrated at in the first place, yes?

This happens in business all the time, especially when in the early stages of the business, cash flow can fluctuate maddeningly, which then leads to all other kinds of frustrations from payroll to profits.

There’s an energy attached to frustration that sucks the life out of your business, and if you’re not dealing with this as a business owner, it’s only going to go downhill from there.

Moving back away from whatever the problem is, step one toward a solution is simply being able to classify your frustrations. Is it with your team? Your results? A process that doesn’t seem to flow efficiently?

Some typical early-stage business frustrations include time (there never seems to be enough of it), feeling like you’re too bogged down with menial detail-work instead of bigger-picture tasks, or relying on people to get things done that don’t follow through. Just to name a few.

This is where the importance of systemizing your business processes plays a huge role. First you name your frustration, and then you develop the system to address it.

So if you’re having problems with freeing up your time yet ensuring that essential tasks still get done, then the real problem is the absence of a system that will hire the right people rather than you doing it all yourself. That way, not only is your time freed up, but the right people will also help micromanage the way processes continue to develop and flow.

The good news is that frustrations within your business are fairly easy to identify and deal with, though they may take time. Inner frustrations, on the other hand, not only take more time and energy to deal with, but may also be harder to identify in the first place. You could be mad at yourself because you’ve done something poorly for so long, and you get frustrated about not seeming able to turn the corner. Or worse, you externalize that frustration toward everybody else—the customers, the suppliers, the vendors, the client; everybody but yourself.

We know the power of blueprints, so we won’t address that here.

When it comes to outer frustrations that we can identify, though, the questions are much simpler. What’s my frustration? What’s the gap in the system? What system is missing altogether?

If your frustrations begin with ‘I’, it’s about you. It’s inner directed. If it’s about ‘them’ or ‘those people’ or ‘those lousy clients’ or ‘those suppliers’ or ‘that lousy machinery’ or ‘that way’ of doing something, it can then be addressed systematically and objectively.

What do you think? Have you experienced similar or even different kinds of frustrations, and how did you address them? Did systemizing play a role? Leave me a comment and let me know your experiences and how you overcome those frustrations (or are still working on identifying/overcoming them).

For Your Freedom,

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45 Responses to “Putting a Face on Frustration”

  1. Erol Fox

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    In my experience, if we don’t have a system we trust, especially one that handles decisions BEFORE hand, our self-talk, and thus our emotions, can become engaged. For example, this is the beauty of the Jars System. The decisions are made up front, BEFORE the money comes in. There is no space for all those emotions, inner chatter, etc. that take us out of the present. We can only ACT in the present moment and systems allow us to be present to act rather than think. Aho!

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    • NDUNGUTSE

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      Dear Harv
      I only should say thank you. My frustration to day is that having read the secrets of the millionaire mind. I went passed phobia to start a business and resolved to start a monthly magazine known as the wealth shuttle magazine with in five months. Its now three months ago, its not started and that is my frustration, am doing crazy savings on everything to raise $7000, no body understands any more but it is a decision i have taken. Harv i ow everything to you. I pray one time i will meet you physically.

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      • Steve Chandler

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        Just start! Remember it doesn’t have to be perfect, it just has to be. Once it has started you can improve it with systems. If you don’t start you may never do it!

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    • Sibusiso

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      Aho! Well said like a true warrior, lack of system used to get me all the time when doing my forex trading, use to let my emotions take over and lost a lot of money

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      • Steve Chandler

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        I can relate to that. I learnt forex also and didn’t apply appropriate risk management at first. But my system got better as I slowly improved what I was doing.

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  2. Pinhas

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    Dear Harv
    Well, what can I say, the most difficult to do is to identify that frustration at real time.
    To do that we have to practice and beleave that we are able to this, even if it will not work for at the first times, but perseverance is the key.
    When you will detect this negative state of mind (frustration) and starting analyse it, you are in the midway to control your behaviour and to direct this energy in the positive way.
    But what I know.
    I have to work on this…..:-)
    Yours and thank you for what you are doing.

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  3. Jennifer

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    I have come to believe that without exception, whenever we are experiencing something negative like frustration, it’s a sign to improve our own overall way of looking at things. When we look at the big picture, usually things are really good. If we look at the one minor details that isn’t perfect and let is fester, then we are making a mountain out of a molehill. I believe it’s best to know that each step toward success CAN be achieved, and just be flexible about when and how. Just know. But do the steps. Of course, I am learning all of this from people like you, thanks, Harv!

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    • Marina

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      Good observation.

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  4. June McCarthy

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    I did have an outward expression of my frustration last week and it didn’t feel good. I think it was a build up of frustration with 2 team members who haven’t consistently been building their networking businesses, which impacts on me. My personal frustration is my lack of ability to get them moving and activating momentum. Not sure if there is a system for that!

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    • Steve Chandler

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      June, not everyone is self motivated and not everyone can be motivated. Many people just let life happen to them.

      If you have a system in place to deal with the majority of people/issues that your business experiences then you do have a system for it. The only question is can you improve it?

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  5. Tom Saulters

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    Just started reading your book so I still haven’t overcome my frustration of what’s wrong with me. I’m a affiliate marketer and we are going through a launch of new product that Vick created. The top affiliate Vick has made nearly 3 million with this system he created all I had to do is get leads to the capture page and all the videos sales page were done by him.I got 185 leads and not 1 sale. All I hear is how this guy made thousands of dollars and that guy. I don’t know if I’m just so nieve that I can have a profitable business. It the same thing every time I try something

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    • Marina

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      Keep trying. It is like the bamboo story Harv talks about in his Millionaire Mind Intensive course. The growth is done underneath then miraculously growth is visible from above. Visualise where you want to be. Believe you deserve success and take action to make it happen. And it will. Trust and believe in yourself and the Universe will support you.

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      • Steve Chandler

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        So many people give up before their bamboo sprouts and they miss all that amazing growth! A very accurate reflection Marina.

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  6. tom cady

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    I agree with the frustration factor. I find that when I am at a road block and don’t know how to break the deadlock, I get frustrated When things do not move fast enough. When I RPM the task and know why I am working in this direction and what my outcome is, it helps .

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  7. Chong Kok Lin

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    Thanks Harv, your article is just come at the right time. I was angry like hell yesterday due to a supplier not able to delivery what they promise and not resolving it. After reading this, I notice is nothing to do with myself. Now I feel calm and peace in my heart again.

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.

    Your student,

    Kok Lin
    Singapore

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  8. Sandra Somerville

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    Harv, for me frustration is under the headline title of anger. We cannot change others (the way they think, what they do, what they feel, what they say). The only person we can change, is ourselves.Feelings of anger and frustration are healthy and inevitable; also the most challenging to express in an acceptable way. I know many ways to deal with anger in a self responsible manner, however, this format does not allow enough room. Please get back to me if you would like further info.
    Warm Regards,
    Sandra Somerville

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  9. Marina

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    Harv

    I had the honour of attending one of your Millionaire Intensive courses with my family and while I took vital information with me the strongest message you said in the course was “how you do anything is how you do everything”.

    I have been able to use this observation in reading others and have also been mindful in the image I am personally reflecting outwardly to others. So to sum up being frustrated says a lot about how someone does everything!!!!

    Do u really want to get involved with someone personally or professionally when you have witnessed this behaviour?

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  10. Alexander

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    absolutely great way to deal with frustration. Systemizing is very important, the more the better

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  11. Aaron Parker

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    Hi Harv. As a new business start up I am having the typical frustrations you mention in your article but I must say I’m having a better time dealing with them now since I’ve been following your stuff than I ever used to. It’s like you say “name the frustration and then develop the system”. A recent frustration was the creation of graphics. I love doing them but basically I suck and take too long. Frustration. Identified and an outsourcer hired. I did that in record time too. No procrastination, no fretting about money. Just get the system in place. Result. Frustration gone and better graphics. Winner.

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  12. Grażyna

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    Dear Harv
    I’m most frustrated at myself that so difficult for me to jump out of the “jar” in which I feel very, very comfortable where I have everything. I need to do something else, something that will give meaning to me life. I am in the process of training Quantum Leap and others that are offered there, and more and more I’m pissed at myself that I was doing too little in the direction of what I would like to do. With difficulty, but I have to admit that fear paralyzes me on all sides. In the depths of the soul I know that I will do what you really want, but I ask myself – why not now, why there is always an excuse! ? When my desire is greater than my fear?

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  13. Ekahi Goh

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    Dear Harz. The inner frustration towards myself come in and out. I couldn’t find the root of it. i think fear come together with frustration. Both of this pull me away from action. what should i do to find the root and overcome it? The feeling of frustration definitely hit my confidence. thank you.

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  14. Lukasz

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    At one point in time I was frustrated with myself because I seemed to be busy all day long, but at the end of the day I realized that I hadn’t really done anything.

    That’s when I started doing detailed action plans for every single day and I’ve been doing it ever since.

    The results are amazing. I’m getting a lot done durnig the day and there is no stress or overwhelm because I focus on only one thing on my list.

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  15. Oscar Ruda Meza

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    Es un gusto escribirte Harv. Estoy empezando un negocio de red online. Pero muchas veces su crecimiento se ve con dificultad. Creo que es un problema interior que tengo, ya que me encuentro en una encrucijada: entre mis estudios universitarios y mi negocio online. Te mando un abrazo. Espero que leas mi mensaje y te estaré muy agradecido si tu me lo contestaras. Oscar Ruda Meza. Argentina.

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  16. Max

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    Whenever I feel frustrated, I recognise that what I aiming to achieve is still achievable – all I have to do is figure out a different way to get there.

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  17. Michael Bartel

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    Your business coaching is impossible to get a hold of. How can I get your coaching?

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  18. Sue

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    Fed up and frustrated by investors not returning emails or answering phone calls when business has to be done. I have just let them go. I cannot afford to keep them on when they are holding up the rest of production and the business as a whole. I put my trust in the Universe and yesterday the funds I required were literally dropped in my lap by someone who has seen the business go stale by investors not taking the action they should have. A radical move I know – yet it has worked out for the best. Sometimes you just gotta know when to let go!!

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  19. emmakay

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    I’ve found that frustration, like many other negative emotions (anger, anyone? or fear?) definitely has a lot to do with our internal blueprints.

    One way I’m finding very useful to work through frustration is simply to stand back and try to look at the situation objectively. There are several methods to help us break the patterns – just google EFT or eliminating beliefs or breaking patterns: each of those have techniques that all essentially do ONE thing: take you out of the zone of overwhelm and frustration and focus on something else that YOU can control.

    Once I’m out of the immersed-in-frustration state, I’m able to see things for what they are, figure out the next steps to achieve whatever result I’ve been thwarted about, and move on.

    At the same time, having encountered a particular frustration gives me more information about what to anticipate in the future, so hopefully next time I won’t have this exact same frustration – I’ll have higher and better frustrations. :)

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  20. Hugh

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    Hi Harv,
    As always a very insightful article. Through your teachings and others I have learned that frustration in its simplest terms is an inability to let things go and be an observer of life. Ego plays a big part in the frustration I believe and when I choose to observe the frustration seems to disappear albeit at times slowly. Keep up the great work and I look forward to sharing with you and all my teachers in the near future exactly what each of you has contributed to my growth. Many thanks and have a Wonderful Wednesday!
    With Gratitude,
    Hugh A. Benham

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  21. MOHAMMED

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    Hello Dear Harv
    May I have a problem foiled my work as I was to supply the electric tools
    to Contracting Co. business and fell to the circumstances of my work and what I wished I’d read about your books before, what happened to my business especially Secrets of Millionaire Mindset it is a wonderful

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  22. Carol

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    Tonight I am frustrated…. I signed up for Harv’s 3 Day MakeOver for the 14th 15th & 16th… the first two days were great and then…… no lesson on the 3rd and most important day… the finishing day that you look forward to…. I am still smiling and hope that there is some kind of ease to my frustration on not being able to finish something that I had planned for and paid for…. you just have to adjust your time and re-arrange your plans… sometimes there is a reason for the way things turn out

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  23. Katherine

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    Dear Harv,

    I’m an action taker. I take action fast without thinking much if I really feel good about doing it. However, I get very frustrated about myself as I seldom complete what I start. I give up easily and still figuring out to over come it.

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  24. Marlena Burton

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    It’s always great to stop and look and see what’s working and what’s not to decrease the amount of frustration. I love the part if it’s an “I’ or “them” Thanks you are making a difference in my life and difference, and Thank you for the opportunity to attend MMI, I have attended twice with fantastic results. Blessings

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  25. OliveJoy

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    Thanks Harv. I’m less-frustrated today as I attended MMI and Dennis sure got us back on track! My frsutrations came from realizing that I’ve let myself get into a “hole” and it means I wasn’t setting a good foundation in my business and finacial affiars. I must stop beaing up on meself, realize where I went wrong and move forward. Thanks for reminding me that it’s self-defeating to “wallow’ in the misery. O need to get up , brush myself off, look at where I failed and make sure I don’t “go there” again.

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  26. Loree Evans

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    Yes Harv; My frustration is I’ve heard over and over that I need an accountability partner yet I do not know where to look for one.

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  27. Jennifer

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    Harv,
    I appreciate your reminders as they help to keep in touch with the problem’s plaguing my situation. Although I am stuck at the point where I am finding it hard to grasp what the next step in my process is to be for success. I have realized and identified what had hindered my success in the past, a lack of value in communication, as well as the wrong environment to market my skills and business. After these realizations I have begun to re-build and “rewire” if you will to prevent the same outcome that consistently was the result of my decisions, but I am having a hard time figuring out my next step and how to really achieve what I desire, partly because of a lack of understanding on what I truly want to gain from my business experiences. How can I over come these problems to build a successful empire whilst maintaining an understanding of my environment?

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  28. Scott

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    Frustration should be a valuable experience because it is the first stage of awareness and signal to implement change. This lesson contains some great instruction in dealing with frustration and using it in a positive way. When we experience this feeling we can easily recognize that it is time to analyze the situation or source and then implement change creatively to eliminate the source of frustration.

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  29. Grażyna

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    Hello Harv
    Your lessons always get in my current situation. It’s like guidance on my way of life. Just I’m going downhill from there, the company I work for. I feel as if someone cut off heavy stone to my leg.I have very lucky that I use with your rules. Thank you Harv that you are :)

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  30. Javier Gallardo

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    Dear Mr. Harv,
    good morning from Spain,
    my opinion is that frustration is a warning to rectify the mistakes we committed. It is a very effective way to rectify.
    A hug to everyone and have a nice day!

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  31. Klaus

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    Great timing for this reminder!! Just today I got the negative reply to my application for a contemporary jewellery contest – what a blessing in disguise! My initial feeling of frustration, anger and rejection(old habit) just vanished when I looked aut the window and saw the beautiful sun shine in the garden! “Well, they missed”, was my answer coming up from within. And looking at my emails was the answer from a colleague who complimented me on my work! creating ‘jewellery beyond ornament’ seems to be a niche approach still…LOL!!!!

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  32. Raúl

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    I like this, my problen is the lenguaje, may be in spanish?

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  33. ANDRÉA MARIA DOS SANTOS

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    Andréa’m from Brazil, rs. I really like your posts, many things have happened in my life, many changes. Was going through a very difficult phase when I met her book Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, I know I should already be sick of hearing people say that, but this book changed my life. I changed my profession to be a boring Business Coach. What I have to say: Thank you, thank you!

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  34. Steve Chandler

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    Another great article here! Thank you again!

    We all get frustrated at times. I saw Harv get frustrated at an MMI and when he came up on stage he was absolutely on fire: he was truly amazing! At times frustration puts the fire in our bellies that we need to power through a situation but Harv is right, we need to systemise everything if we want to work on our business instead of in it.

    I’m OK with getting the fire in the belly occasionally but not all the time. I need to systemise more within my business if I am to grow myself and my business.

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  35. Hassan

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    I totally agree with Harv. Frustrations can actually cloud your thinking and you may not be able to solve any problem until you’ve had time to think and look at the system clearly. Frustrations with my business had actually started affecting my relationships until I learned how to deal with it.
    These days I take a step back, calm down and give the situation a second look focusing on the solutions. I then handle the situation with a smile.
    Thank you Harv for all you share.

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  36. Verena

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    I have frustrating to me because I meant to today, when I’m polite and courteous, these are the people even to me. But I have found that this is not so. So I just got back deleted a large amount of money on my legs, because I have not just listened to my impulses. So what I learn from today? If I want to experience no more frustration, I listen to my feeling and my voice more interior! Not the people sin bad, I need to learn to listen to the signals and then act!

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  37. Cat Payen

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    Harv, The majority of my frustrations come from the I section. For too long, I see I am as qualified as the other entrepreneurs, I work as hard and in action steps but why was I not chosen to work with, did I not get the photo with the group… So am learning to see that as they are further along the path than me and my time is coming. That I must work harder and here come the panic attacks… Will I ever make it, etc But then I recall tapping my forehead ‘I have a millionaire mindset’ and poof it goes away for now!
    Thanks for your book it has helped me tremendously :)
    Cat

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