On the way home from the gym, some jackwagon decided that 35 MPH was too slow so… he passed me on the left over a double solid yellow line… into oncoming traffic.
Some people have a pretty cavalier attitude when it comes to other people’s lives, no?
So, I honked my horn as he was passing me and he flipped me the bird.
Anywho, he swerves and gets back into his lane. Sped off. Good riddance.
Why do I bring this up?
Well, it got me thinking about how so many people lack patience, even for simple things.
Example: someone I know, who shall remain nameless, lacks the patience to fry an egg. No, I’m not kidding. This person lacks basic self control and patience when it comes to preparing a meal.
Obviously, not everyone is like that.
Some people lack patience for long-term things, like… saving money.
Sometimes, they laugh at their own situation. Sometimes, they get angry at other people for their own faults and shortcomings. And sometimes, they’re just the sh!ts to everyone for no particular reason.
Is it funny to be broke and hopeless these days I guess?
I dunno. But it strikes me as odd that people would laugh at themselves, or get angry at others, like that.
I’ve had people go so far as to email me, unsolicited, to tell me they’re not buying insurance from me… and then, to “thumb their nose” at me telling me I’m not going to sell them anything.
OK. That’s cool. Sorry things aren’t going well in your life. Hope things work out for you eventually.
It’s sort of like how people who publicly bash President Trump with emotionally-driven insults think it’s hurting him or his image. More than half the country voted for him. I was not one of them but still… a LOT of people like him.
And these insults? They bounce off him like water off a duck’s behind. AND NOT JUST THAT… he actually ATTRACTS MORE FOLLOWERS when people insult him.
Anyway, that kind of resilience is rare.
Speaking of which, if you want your finances to be more resilient, immune from insult, and ya got at least a little patience to make it work, then go join my email list and I’ll show you how to make it happen.