Recently I was watching a guy get a blow job from his girlfriend.

Let me explain.

I was in Florida, on my way to the airport after visiting a friend. We were driving along the causeway which is a thin piece of land that crosses a long body of water. It’s wide enough for a road and a little beach. People gather on these little beaches which are a few yards from speeding traffic.

This is not the French Riviera.

It was 10:30 in the morning and we were at a red light on the causeway. I look out the window and noticed a young couple just a few yards from the road on their blanket. It only took a second to figure out what they were doing even though their backs were towards the road.

“Nothing to see here! I’m just resting on this blanket with my girlfriend’s head in my lap. She likes to exercise her neck.”

But here’s the thing. This guy thought they were invisible. They were facing the beach and the water. He was scanning for danger – from the people in front of them. He was only concerned about people on the beach looking back and seeing him check his girlfriend’s temperature orally.

Granted, this cat didn’t have a lot of blood in his brain, but he’d completely missed the hundreds of people in a train of cars sitting just a dozen yards behind him.

In other words, his blind spot was obvious to all of us on the road. But not to him.

We all have blind spots.

And he’s not alone. We all have blind spots. They’re a natural part of our lives. And they matter because they provide refuge for our limiting beliefs and fears.

Blind spots equal missed opportunities. They’re the reason we stay stuck. They’re the reason we repeat stupid patterns.

And sometimes they are so obvious — to everyone except ourselves. They are what our friends talk about when we’re not in the room.

Which means we have a choice:

1 — Act like the blind spot isn’t there (like the lovers above — good luck).

2 — Or expect them to be there.

So what can you do?

Most of the time your friends won’t tell you about your blind spots. They want to keep things nice and stable so they can continue having dinners with you and your wife.

But if you’re extraordinary, you’ll know you have blind spots. You’ll create relationships that are explicitly designed to help you be your best.

This is one of the reasons why I’m creating a small, powerful group program. It’s focused on how to generate more freedom, power, and money while creating positive impact on yourself and others.

This group is not for everyone, and though many will apply only a handful will be accepted.

If you’re interested…

Take a moment to click here and answer a few questions. Then we can discuss the next steps.

Choose wisely, and watch your back at the beach.
Tripp

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