Mind Your On Business-I-Mind-My Business

Hey Everybody,
Today's topic I would like to discuss is why you should mind your on business. How often do we not only stick our noses where it doesn't belong but isn't wanted nor needed? We always seem to have an opinion as to what others should or should not do, but yet our on lives are a mess.
 
I know we all seem to have this urge to want to help someone else, and this is very admirable. It is one thing when someone asks for your opinion but yet another to just offer without being asked which most of us do. I have struggled and strived to learn how to mind my on business unless I am asked, for advice about something.
 
"Get your nose out of everybody else's garden. Get your own in order, and stop focusing on everybody else's. Grow what you want to grow in your Garden."  By Wayne W. Dyer- from a book called Staying on the Path
 
Below is a series of tough questions in which we need to dig deep down for the answers. If we can truthfully answer all of these queries and can take control, and resolve the issues in our on lives.
 
Then and only then we might be able to help someone else. But only if we are asked, and if not; mind your on business. Everyone always has an opinion which reminds me of another great quote.
 
"Who told you that it couldn't be done? And what great achievement have they to their credit that qualifies them to judge "Your Ability." By Napoleon Hill
 
 
  • Why is it always so much easier to focus on everyone else's problems instead of our own?
  • Why are we so afraid to face our on demons?
  • If we focus on someone else, does that make our problems go away or just take our minds off of them for a while?
  • If we haven't even learned how to confront our on issues how are we supposed to help someone else come to term with theirs?
 
Because I mind my on business, or at least, try to. I get pissed off when someone asks me a question about someone else. I have a tendency to get abrupt with that person and tell them; I don't know! I mind my on business! And if you want to know something about them; ask them yourself! I am not a huge fan of gossip either.
 
I asked myself all of the tough questions above, and I will try and share my answers with you in hopes it might be of some help for you.


Why is it always so much easier to focus on everyone else's problems instead of our own?

 
The answer I received was it is a coping method (Procrastination) to keep us from having to deal with our on problems. But the other thing I learned was to face my problems head on, and as it turns out nine out of ten times, things aren't as bad as you think.
 


Why are we so afraid to face our on demons?

 
The answer I received was we are afraid to face our on Demons because of the Fear of Failure. We are scared of being judged by others if we don't succeed. So, therefore, it is much easier not to even try rather than to be seen as a failure.
 
When we are offering others advice, we have no fear of failure because it's not us dealing with our problems; it's someone else's, and it is someone else's failure if they don't succeed. Not ours!
 
When we have a Fear of Failure, it always comes back to Seeking Approval. When you seek approval, you are saying to yourself someone else's view of you is more important to you than your opinion of yourself.     Refer to the Napoleon Hill quote above!
 


If we focus on someone else, does that make our problems go away or just take our minds off of them for a while?

 
The answer I received is no! Focusing on someone else's problems doesn't make ours go away. It might take your mind off of them for a while, but they will continue to rear their ugly head until you find the courage to deal with them.
 
The sooner you dig down deep and find the courage. The sooner you can get on with your life and put it behind you. In a few years, you will look back at your life and realize just how insignificant most of the problems you were afraid to face really where.
 


If we haven't even learned how to confront our on issues how are we supposed to help someone else come to term with theirs?

 
The answer I received was sometimes we can help someone with an issue they have if we have been through something similar, but again only if they ask for your advice.
 
The biggest thing is though if someone asks for your help and then doesn't take it don't get upset and take it personally. We tend to do that. We have to remember we are just offering someone a suggestion, and it doesn't make it right or wrong.
 
Each person has to figure out for themselves what's right for them, and in most cases they just want a person to listen, and a shoulder to cry on.
 

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Sincerely Dale (Life Coach)

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