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Let me muscletest your deserving factor and your earning factor

Ideally they should be the same number...

If they aren't... you'll be able to see where you need work...

From: Sophie Benshitta MavenSophie Benshitta Maven

Heeding famous business, self-development coach, Jim Rohn's advice: you'll need to spend more time and more energy on improving yourself, than on your job, or pretty much any other activity.

You see, we were all born with huge intrinsic value... and somehow we awakened intrinsic capacities in our parents: caring, love, tenderness.

But eventually we were asked to provide some extrinsic values, and maybe even systemic values... and we, depending on our temperament, were either OK with that, or unhappy with that.

We wanted to continue the getting everything, providing nothing dynamic we started in the womb, continued as an infant.

It's not fair... became the mantra for many...

I'll steal it if I can't get it... became the mantra for many...

I'll pretend and steal it that way... another favorite mantra for many...

I'll learn, pull my weight, become the best I can be... became the mantra for virtually no one.

But in the real world you need to deserve what you want. Charlie Munger famously says: the world is not yet a crazy enough place to reward a whole bunch of undeserving people.

Your Deserving factor is your potential: intrinsic, capacity.
Your Earning factor is how much actual value you can provide for the money you get paid.

Both are personal to you. Personal because of your innate capacities: brain power, for example. Your vibration. Your cone of vision. You ability to control your attention. I measure those in another measurement.

Find out where you are standing... and start increasing both your deserving and earning power.

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