My wise and brilliant friend, John Assaraf, recently wrote:
“The older I get (and hopefully wiser), I realize that some people are just happiest (or most comfortable) when they are miserable."
I know it’s an oxymoron but it’s true. As I travel the world sharing the lessons and specific strategies for achieving success, I come across so many people who prefer to be right vs. change and have what they say they want.
The drug of choice today is “Hopium” where people hope for things to get better and do nothing to help themselves and the inflammation disease that many suffer from is “Excuse-itis,” an inflammation of the excuse gland.