Results Never Lie:
You should ALWAYS judge people by their results. One hundred percent of the time. Intent is nice. Results are what matter.
People lie. Talk is cheap.
RESULTS NEVER DO.
After all, the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
When you hire your best buddy to sell for you and two months in he’s got 0 sales..you’ve got a problem.
But his hearts in the right place you say! You guys go way back! He just needs some more time.
What do I mean no? I mean you need to let your bud go. It doesn’t matter how excited he was, how much he promised.
You guys have known each other since the 5th grade?
That doesn’t matter either.
Only one thing matters.
1)RESULTS ARE ALWAYS THE ONLY THING THAT COUNTS.
Results are the measuring stick by which we should judge people.
Not what people say they are going to do, but what they actually accomplish.
If a guy tells you how he is a bodybuilding expert who’s read tons of books and videos, but he has a big gut and stick arms, would you take him at his word?
If a smoking obese doctor told you your cholesterol was bad and you needed to take his advice or risk an early death, would you trust him?
If your lazy bum friend who had never held a job or ran a business approached you with a get rich quick scheme that just required a couple thousand dollars of your money, would you give it to him?
The answer to all those questions should be NO. Deep down we all know this.
The problem is we allow our emotions and feelings to override our better judgement. (Our logic)
RESULTS are the most important measure of any man.
I’m a NASM Certified Personal Trainer. I lifted hardcore for 2-3 years a natural bodybuilder, then got certified once I had the real life results to align with my book smarts.
Every day, I would go to my local gym in Fort Collins, Colorado to lift weights.
Without fail, I would run into weak, emaciated, feminine male personal trainers training their obese clients.
Invariably their clients would ask them while pointing at me:
“Who is that guy?” “Does he train here too?”
With a dirty look and a smirk, they’d reply “Don’t worry about that guy, he’s on steroids.”
You see, I made those trainers insecure. They were forced to confront the reality of their own mediocrity. In spite of all their training and book “knowledge” they had no results whatsoever to show for it.
They hated me because I represented everything they were not. I made them insecure. I payed them no mind or attention.
If they really had their client’s best interests at heart, they would tell them to go to a qualified endocrinologist , get their hormones checked and make sure they were OK , then come train.
They would tell them that no matter what ; the true order of IMPORTANCE for building muscle and losing fat is really:
1) Hormonal Profile – Are thyroid, testosterone , growth hormone and estrogen where they should be?
2)Diet – Is the client consuming an adequate amount of protein
3) Training. This actually comes last. Most trainers functional training is trash…and does absolutely nothing for the client except fleece them out of their cash.
2)Trust But Verify – Never Take Anything at Face Value
Trust but Verify.
Trust but Verify.
Trust but Verify.
Hopefully reading it four times helps it sinks in. I don’t care if the advice is from your mother or your local pastor.
Here’s my personal advice to you: Be very hesitant about the words that come out of anyone’s mouth at face value.
Learn to judge people by the results they have obtained in life.
Don’t just take someone’s advice just because they are friends, family, wearing a flashy suit,
Don’t trust the guy who tells you he’s a pick up artist and in reality, is a virgin who is clueless with woman.
Don’t trust the guy who tells you he’s a cryptocurrency expert even though he bought into bitcoin at $60k.
ALWAYS DEMAND PROOF. ALWAYS EXAMINE RESULTS.
RESULTS NEVER DO.
EXTERNAL APPEARANCES ARE DECEPTIVE.
3) Appearances Can Be Deceiving
The biggest crooks in this reality tend to present themselves as the most pious, well dressed or upstanding individuals.
They are rabid wolves in sheep’s clothing.
When I live in Jordan, a small third world country in the Middle East, there was a saying.
The bigger the beard the bigger the scammer/backstabber (beards were mostly grown by the religious/ those putting on an image of being religious).
I found that to be very accurate. The more religious, holier-than-thou and pious the person presented himself as, the bigger of a scammer he ended up being.
The pastor preaches about the virtues of a modest , pious life with few wants. About how the riches of the next world are far greater then this one.
About how you should be grateful for your scraps and donate money to him. About how you should help the poor and those in need.
Here’s what his brainwashed followers don’t see.
Prosperity Pastor Sample Expenses
Custom tailored suit :$2500
His shined handmade Italian import shoes: $1300
His Mega McMansion that he used his “flock’s” money to buy: $30 Million Dollars
His Fourth Private Jet:
$54 Million dollars.
Do you think someone like this really has your best interests at heart?
Do you think this pastor got rich by having few wants and being a pious man of few virtues?
Of Course Not.
Here is his real, hidden motto: “DO AS I SAY, NOT AS I DO.”
NEVER BE BLIND SHEEP.
BE A SOLITARY TIGER.
WATCH THE SCENE FROM AFAR. DISCERN REALITY FROM FANTASY.
TRUST, BUT VERIFY.
Question everything. Demand proof. Think for yourself.
Perception may be reality for most, but don’t be fooled by the mirage in front of you.
ALWAYS JUDGE PEOPLE AND THINGS BY THE RESULTS THEY PRODUCE.
RESULTS NEVER LIE.
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