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Chapter 06 – You Get What You Pay For

“We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done.”
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – US poet (1807-1882)

 

“You can ask forgiveness of others, but in the end the real forgiveness is in one’s own self.”

Maya Angelou – American poet (1928-2014 )

Chapter Overview


You Get What You Pay For!

Have you ever mumbled you get what you pay for?

Ready to discover ways to dramatically reduce (if not end) situations where you feel bad because someone took advantage of you? Even better! Ready to NEVER take advantage of anyone else! (Remember! What goes around COMES around!)

This class prepares you to do some mental laundry.  It’s time to wash away feelings of being used – yes? By the time you complete our unique exercises, you’re well on your way to:

  • discover how you set yourself up to be taken advantage of.
  • learn how taking advantage of others comes back to haunt you – many times over.
  • use an ancient, powerful practice (forgiveness) to release shame, doubt, guilt or worry.

The more clean and clear our minds are, the less likely we’ll be taken to the cleaners. With this class, you’ll learn how to get what you pay for!

  • In the comment box below, share some ideas on what you expect you’ll learn in this class based on what you heard and read above.  
  • After completing this class, revisit your comment and Reply to it with that you actually learned.


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Chapter Six: You Get What You Pay For
Team Clarity Class
Team Seeker Class

Exercise 21: Laundry Time
Team Clarity Class
Team Seeker Classes: 1, 2

Exercise 22: Worth Passport® Page 6
Team Clarity Class
Team Seeker Class


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2 thoughts on “Chapter 06 – You Get What You Pay For

  1. Just in listening to the audio I can identify times in my life that I have set myself up be taken advantage of. In a certain instance looking at it from a different perspective than what I had previously, I can see where a person could think I was taking advantage of someone I dealt with, if they did not know the agreements we had made. I think my downfall was that although an agreement was made, the other persons perspective/objective changed and was not voiced. Good idea to revisit agreements made and update them from time to time so resentment and retaliation do not occur.

  2. wow… How the hell did i not know this before? This just Floored me… Soul is so right, The gift of perspective and the Real meaning of “you get what you pay for” I feel like my roomate takes advantage of me in ways because he doesnt clean up after himself and even though he says “dont clean up after me I will get to it” it then will take him days even weeks to do what he says he is going to do to help clean up the house which we both share..He always has some excuse… and After hearing this I know i will no longer accept his excuses and I will simply begin distancing myself from him as much as possible if he thinks im going to allow him to take me to the cleaners…

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