Ever feel like something is too good to be true? Be Aware of the Cheese.
I don’t want the cheese anymore, just let me off the trap! Have you ever said that?
You know how mice just sneak right on up to the trap and then BAM! In life, the same thing happens to us. We make decisions based on our emotions because we want the CHEESE.
We want that flavor, just like the little mouse. And then when that metal clamp comes down and chokes us and we can’t breathe, we want out of the TRAP. “Heck with the cheese, just let me out of the trap.”
Be aware, be aware of every decision that you make because when you TASTE that cheese you have a big mouse trap coming down on you. Too often we make fast emotional decisions. When you get old like me, I have been in and out of so many traps that I have learned not to go here or not to go there.
Us old timers will tell you this is experience. One day, when you get old like me, you will see some of these traps that look so enticing and so good that with your experience will avoid them.
Make sure you are hanging around the right kind of people. Make sure you don’t have people with good tasting cheese. Become aware. Become aware of who you are with, who you are around, who is impacting your decisions, and your thoughts.
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Hi. I am Tommy Davidson, aka GoodTimeTommy #GTT, and I am a real estate and self improvement entrepreneur in Murfreesboro, TN. I have over 14 years of experience in real estate sales and the past 5 years I have started playing up to my level.
I hired a coach and surrounded myself with those who were better than me. I have read over 1,000 hours of sales training and constantly improving myself daily.