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  1. Stop It, Please!
  2. Conference Coming Up

Are these the ultimate money-making machines? (Me and two parking meters - I'm on their right)
Stop It, Please!
Stop Comparing Yourself to Others
You are different from everyone else.
Celebrate that.
You offer a unique perspective in this game called life.
We should all be thanking you.
If you are constantly comparing yourself, it means you aren’t happy with who you are.
Why is that?
People are brought up to conform to society.
If you don’t fit within society’s norms, you are looked upon disapprovingly.
However, most people aren’t normal in the truest sense of the word.
Everyone has quirks and idiosyncrasies.
It’s these differences that allow us to find solutions to problems.
It also keeps us from getting bored.
Imagine if everyone were truly the same.
There would be nothing new to discover about one another.
There are some reasons to conform.
For instance, you need to follow the rules and laws of your country and community.
Otherwise, you will suffer consequences for not doing so.
Also, you want to treat others with respect so that they will hopefully return that respect.
 However, if you try to act in ways in which others believe you should, you aren’t going to live your life to the fullest.
That’s why you should get out of the habit of comparing yourself to others.
When you do this, you are likely setting unrealistic expectations and will lead you to be disappointed.
Comparing yourself to others will result in you resenting those people.
They have their reasons for being the way they are, and it has nothing to do with you.
There are qualities you admire in others.
There is nothing wrong with trying to adopt some of those admirable qualities for yourself.
However, it shouldn’t get to the point where you are trying to redefine who you are to be like those people you admire.
You aren’t them, and you never will be.
You have but a short time on this planet.
If you spend most of that time trying to be like someone else, you are in for a rough ride.
If you stick to who you are and find others willing to accept you for that, you are going to be more satisfied for most of that time you live.
Others will be happier with the real you as well.
You won’t be a pretender.
People see right through that kind of behavior.
Just think about others who are not true to themselves.
How long does it take you to see through that disguise?

Conference Coming Up
Can you please keep an eye out for a special weekend email from me tomorrow, please?
I want you to attend a conference next week (August 3, 4 and 5 - Friday, Saturday and Sunday) with over a dozen speakers - all of whom earn their entire incomes online - and they’ll show you everything they do.
Now, no, you don’t have to travel (expensive!), as I’ve arranged for you to watch everything online.
And your 3 day pass will only be $7 if you book this weekend …
(Incidentally, you’ll have the option to download everything if you can’t attend live, too!).
Full details tomorrow, Saturday.

Alun, who doesn’t really like parking meters, but can see how efficient they are at making money!
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