Video transcript below:
I have recorded a quick video. I was going to wrap up but think of this as a PSA; this is a public service announcement.
You have to stop being entitled. No one owes you anything. You don’t deserve anything. The universe doesn’t owe you shit, alright? So stop.
It’s just holding you back. And you have to stop thinking and talking negatively about everything, right? Every single thing.
The more you talk about negativity, the more you blame, play the victim, and talk about someone else and how they got lucky or did this wrong or that wrong, and the more you manifest those exact things in your life. Now you may have heard of the seeker, and you may have heard of things like visualizing.
Well, there’s a law of attraction for a lot of things, and even if you don’t believe in all that woo-woo stuff, the way your subconscious works, the more things that you talk about, the more things that you focus on, even if you think you’re focusing on someone else, the more you’re going to get of that.
Your subconscious connects the things coming out of your mouth, the things you think as reality, and it draws more to that, so you get more of that in your life.
Why do people who are negative Nancys complain and play the victim? Why do they always seem to have something in their life that is not the way it should be that is worth complaining about? They always do because of and false function.
When you talk about these things, think about these things, complain about these things, you get these things, period. Period.
You will only change that equation once you change what you do, say, think, and feel. You focus on the positive when you focus on getting stuff done and what you can control versus how things are or how you think you should’ve been.
Or this person that got lucky or that thing that shouldn’t have happened or should’ve happened, when you drop all that would’ve could’ve should’ve bullshit, and you focus on what can I do right now to change my situation?
What can I do right now to manifest what I want in my life? How can I think about that every single day? How can I talk about that every single day? How can I plan, dream, and vision and then let life in my subconscious manifest this into my reality?
I could go on and on about this. I could use examples and this, but I want to keep this short because I want you to think about what I just said. Re-watch it a couple of times. I want it to be fast enough so you can re-watch it.
What you do in your life daily, your habits. Do you complain? Do you gripe, do you bitch, moan? Or do you plan? Do you pursue it? Do you work? Do you focus? Do you shape and mold things by your doing, by your thinking, and by how you use your time? Do you build things?
Will Spence says do you lay your bricks as perfectly as you can, one brick at a time? Or are you stepping back, saying I see too many bricks; I can’t do it, so you don’t even get started? These are the questions you need to ask yourself.
I, really, really hope you do something about it for anyone really because I succumb to negativity, and I complain and gripe and bitch at times. And every time I do, I reflect on whether that was useful. And the answer is always no; it wasn’t helpful.
Now I think there’s something to be said for venting at times. I heard a cool thing about it’s like a five-minute rule or something like that where you get all of your negativity out for five minutes, almost like a primal screen, like get it out of your system. And then you’re done.
You’re done thinking about it. You’re done talking about it. You gave it its due, you gave it its five minutes to get out of your system, and now you’re cut off from it. It’s dead to you. That negativity is dead and gone. It’s not even part of your past anymore, so don’t think about it.
Could you do something about it? Find ways in your life. Minor tweaks because that’s how it starts. Any change begins with minor tweaks.
Stop complaining in traffic; I know I need to stop doing that. Don’t get angry when this guy cuts you off; just let it go and move on. That’ll manifest into other things.
Let it go when you get home and the house isn’t the way you want it. Or better yet, move some stuff yourself. Do the dishes yourself.
Maybe you’re helping somebody out. Maybe someone has something to do, or they were taking care of the kids, or they got a phone call or whatever, and you’re helping that person that didn’t clean up after themselves instead of focusing on why they should be perfect and why they should’ve done this thing because that’s the reality.
Humans are going to be imperfect creatures. We always will be. And so if we can view people with compassion and empathy and see the light in things instead of seeing the darkness, our lives will be better. Their lives are going to be better. And the whole fucking world’s going to be a better place.
So stop with the negative bullshit unless you want to keep living in the negative bullshit.
My name is Colin Stuckert. I’m the Wild CEO and founder of Wild Foods Co., And I approve of this message. And I’m not running for office.
Founder/CEO, Wild Foods