Are you tired of “friends” who spend more time criticizing you than supporting you, and sick of feeling “stuck” in unproductive relationships? Then keep reading, as I’m about to introduce to you…
How to Get Rid of Toxic People in Your Life
Without Endless Discussions, Arguments,
and Wasting Your Precious Time
There’s an old saying that holds a lot of truth – even in today’s “rush-rush” society:
“Show me your friends and I’ll tell you who you are.”
We do it all the time – put a lot of meaning into who a person’s friends are and what we can assume from that. Your friends have an influence on how you are perceived and how you feel about yourself as well.
What if you had a proven way to determine if your friends / associates / acquaintances are “Toxic” in just a few minutes?
Better still, what if I told you that you didn’t have to spend months thinking up scenarios to “test” your friendship with those people, and you don’t even have to confront them or argue with them about it? So that in just days, you’ll finally be able to determine if you should maintain the relationship or just let them go their way…would you be interested?
I’m going to show you how to quickly and efficiently
analyze your relationships below, and
I’m also going to make you a bold promise…
I promise that you’ll be able to clearly analyze your relationships and determine if they are toxic in just a few minutes, or you pay nothing.
I know that sounds like a bold claim, but give me just a few more moments to explain how I can make such a promise.
Earlier in my life, I found myself dissatisfied with my relationships with others. No matter how hard I tried, people assumed that the statements my friends made and their positions on controversial subjects were the same as mine.
I felt angry at time, and frustrated, because I couldn’t seem to stop people from making these assumptions about me…and I also felt worried because if I couldn’t distinguish myself from my friends, then I might continue to be “Guilty by Association”.
Little did I know that all that was about to change…
A few years ago, I had one of the biggest “aha” moments of my life! I couldn’t believe I hadn’t seen it sooner…
You see what I discovered was that there is a reason why people assumed that I felt the same way that my friends did and expected the same behavior from me. For instance:
If you hang around someone who robs houses, even if YOU personally have never committed a robbery, the police or neighbors might look harder at you, just because you’re friends with a small-time crook.
Are these assumptions fair? Maybe not, but it does bring up a question: If a person doesn’t share a significant number of the same (or similar) beliefs and values of their friends, why call them friends anyway?
Hanging on to less-than-productive relationships – let’s call them what they are: Toxic – doesn’t work because how other people see you professionally and personally is influenced by the friends you keep. It’s important to choose carefully the people you call your friends.
That’s not to say that you should just cut every old relationship out of your life, but it does mean that you need to periodically analyze your friendships, associations, and relationships to see if they are still serving BOTH of you.
Trying to decide when to let go of a friend can be difficult – especially if you’re not really clear on the positive and negative aspects of the friendship! You see, trying to use strictly emotional criteria do deal with an emotional subject doesn’t work because our emotions can cloud our rational judgment and thinking processes.
But what if there was an easier way? A more logical and orderly way to determine whether you should let go of a friendship, or put in more work to keep the relationship alive?
Well, now there is.
“How to Get Rid of Toxic People in Your Life”
This kit will help you reflect on your associations, relationships, and friendships so you can see clearly which ones should be nurtured and improved, and which ones it’s time to let go of.
Today, as a result of using this approach, my life is very different. I’m able to determine which relationships are worth working for and developing, and spend time with like-minded people who bring as much positive energy to our relationship as I do. It’s helped me immensely because it’s a systematic approach without a lot of wasted time.
Taking some of the emotion out of the analysis and using objective criteria can be much easier to understand – and you’ll be clearer on what forms a positive mutual relationship. It’s important to your self-esteem and self-confidence, as well as the future of your relationships to be able to do this for yourself.
Here’s what you get inside…
A comprehensive E-Report including:
- Course manual (e book) – Detailed information and reflection exercises
- Checklist – Qualities that help form mutually beneficial relationships
- Worksheet – Clear process for reflecting on relationships
And for a limited time…
- Inspirational Graphics and Affirmations to help reinforce important concepts
Take a look at this introductory video below to help you decide if this program is right for you:
Leave the confusion and uncertainty behind and take the first step on a new self-development journey today with your own copy of How to Get Rid of Toxic People In Your Life – you’ll receive an E-Report that includes the course manual, checklist and worksheet, and a group of Inspirational images and Affirmations to help reinforce the concepts and help them “stick”.