The Finanical Recession is Over. But a Recession of the Mind Remains and Lingers.

Evening Folks!!

Over the past few years most companies and people have had an up and down review and a full inventory of where they were at and where they were headed. It was forced. The times dictated our actions. That made us leaner, meaner and smarter. Growth happens when we are challenged in a big way and overcome the obstacles. Once you learn to overcome obstacles and exercise that power, nothing can really hold you back.

So those with a keen grasp of what I just said see opportunity regardless of the "Times".

Some are victim of the times and others are empowered by the times. It's mind control more than anything else. Can you control your mind? Can you control what you see? Can you control where you go? Can you control where you are headed? Can you control yourself? Can you control an outcome? Can you control a result? Can you control your thoughts? Can you control learning? Can you control negative and positive?

Add 100 more. You will find you can control most of them but many have US controlled and maybe it is time in life to sit down and separate the two if you are not where we want to be or going in the direction we want to go. See others are and they deal with the same BS you and I do. However they can overcome it? Why? How? Maybe they know what they can and can't control.

And folks like that do it over and over again. In face of this or that. Sure, sometimes the pace slows down. But that's all it is. The pace slowing down and adjusting to it or resisting it. But not being a victim of it. Victims of this or that or even fear so many times set themselves up to end up that way. You can set things up for success or set things up for the unknown and worse.

I think the day we realize just how much control we do have is the day things change in our lives. So you can sort groups out all types of ways. Negative people and positive people. People that control what they need to and those that look to blame others.

But the most stunning thing is seasoned business people not knowing the difference between what they can and can't control and how they react to that. They mistake really bad times and low tide. Tides are an expected event. It can't be changed. But I see many react like it is a surprise event. I see all too often folks reacting to a tide and not really to the bigger picture. It then becomes confusing. I think separating those things is paramount in the path to success wherever your path may lead or whatever path you might choose.

Have a GREAT Day!
Rick Schwartz

9 thoughts on “The Finanical Recession is Over. But a Recession of the Mind Remains and Lingers.

  1. Mike "Domain" King ;-)

    Good thoughts. We’ve had a “low tide” here in Florida for awhile. As they say, life is 10% of what happens to you and 90% how you handle it. I myself find it easier to walk on water when the tide is low…

    You mentioned Og Mandino’s book in another post. it is a classic. Personally, I like “Who Moved My Cheese”. I think it really hits the nail on the head in these times (especially with the new TLD’s rapidly approaching). It’s not that the cheese has been eaten (gone), it’s just that it may well now be in another place (subject to moving again, very soon). It will be an interesting ride. More windows/doors opening/closing.

    I like your take and approach on the RDNH issue. I’ve got a couple of things going on that might prove a “fit” for addressing this nasty topic, in a very focused manner. Maybe we can kick a couple of ideas around?


  2. Jeff Schneider

    Hello Rick,

    When there is a financial recession of the mind, your projections manifest as such, and produce for you a world comprised of your expectations.

    The world you percieve is all your own mindset. This is a Universal Law, knowone can escape from.

    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

  3. Jeff Schneider

    Hello Rick,

    You are indeed right about the Financial recession of the world being over.

    The fundamental economic underpinnings in place right now are stunningly similar to 1949. The unwinding of the financial Credit Bubble pendulum is now swinging back, and will produce tremendous dividends to all Capital Market Structures.

    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)


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