Bottom feeders, please unsubscribe

If you are a bottom feeder, please click “unsubscribe.”

I do NOT work with bottom feeders. 

My friends and clients are winners and it’s important for our well being to remove the toxic people determined to fail.

For your sanity, I suggest you do the same.

I cannot help bottom feeders. No one can help them because they are determined to be victims—it’s their identity.

I’m sure some of them are decent people, but they are a lost cause.

Every population is similarly divided:

*  1% are exceptional
*  4% do well
*  15% do okay
*  80% barely get by

It’s no coincidence that the top 5% of society has different philosophies than the masses.

If you are a bottom feeder, your ego will prevent you from admitting it even when it’s obvious to everyone around you.

Instead, you will become defensive and make emotionally, unfounded accusations with labels that end in “ist.”

But regardless, this is the only help I can offer before we part ways.

YOU ARE A BOTTOM FEEDER IF:

-  You believe your failure is anyone’s fault but your own

-  You wait to see what happens to you instead of taking action

-  You discount another’s hard work and attribute their success to “privilege”

-  You believe most of the poor in America are not responsible for their choice to be poor

-  You believe government should level the playing field by stealing from the rich to give to the poor

-  You believe rich people are evil

-  You believe it is wrong to pursue wealth

-  You believe corporations (emotionless entities) are evil

-  You believe government is there to save you

-  You believe government is the solution to anyone’s problem

-  You believe it’s government’s job to protect people from themselves

-  You believe government should provide your job, college education, health care, or retirement

-  You believe affirmative action (discrimination) is good

-  You believe any race or sex should be receive unique privileges, special benefits, or lower standards

-  You believe the “Universe” determines your success

-  You appreciate political correctness

-  You drive a Prius, with an Obama/Hillary/Bernie sticker, and you have a reusable grocery bag in the car

Ok, the last one was a joke to see if you have a sense of humor.

Being able to laugh is what winners do. Besides, I know there are winners who drive a Prius 🙂

If you believe any of the above, you have adopted philosophies of the mainstream bottom feeder.

If you are offended by any of the above, than you are a bottom feeder.

And this has nothing to do with your political leanings.

I know some winners that vote left, but there is a disproportionate number of left leaning bottom feeders because democrats prey upon the weak minded voter.

This also has nothing to do with how much money you make or the job you have. There are plenty of broke winners with shitty jobs. 

It’s entirely about your mindset and how you’ve choosen to think

It is a choice.

If you are a bottom feeder, please click unfriend in Facebook, unfollow in Twitter, unsubscribe from my email lists, and whatever you do, do not try to become my coaching client.

I do not have space for bottom feeders.

I am limited to 24 very sacred hours each day and I have to save them for the winners.

I use the internet to connect with interesting people and to attract winners to my circle. 

If you are a winner, I want us to connect on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and subscribe to my email list, because there are not enough of us left.

It is a battle and we need to stick together.

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12 Replies to “Bottom feeders, please unsubscribe”

  1. Life is full of these people you call “losers”

    The sad thing is that many of these losers dont realise they are losers

    They dont have awareness of it. Their ego is doing a good job keeping them a loser. They justify it to themselves their loser‐hood.

    I see many “losers” as little, afraid 5 year olds who need a little compassion and guidance.

    Some of these losers can be saved. But sadly, many are happy to stay a loser.

    If anyone was offended at reading the post written by Chuck, then they probably have some loser‐ish tendencies.

    A loser is not something you are.…its your attitude and things you do.

    Anyone is capable of changing from being a loser…to being a winner.

    You can learn from winners to guide you to become a winner yourself

    Peace

    Mohammed Ali

  2. I absolutely love this article. Well said Chuck. Its time for people to grow up, put their big boy pants on and take responsibility for their lives and action. We don’t need any more victims in the world. We are responsible for out own destiny and outcome.….. Baring any tragic accident or event.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Rob. I think it is that time, but it usually seems our society is heading the other way.

  3. Great post, Chuck.

    It looks as though you are as offended by bumper stickers that proclaim to the world the Driver’s lack of understanding for the Real motives of the person they voted for in the last election.

    I’m sure that there are lots of reasons why the “losers” have become what they are today; but there are many who have faced the same experiences and have CHOSEN to take control of their own destiny. You can’t save everyone, so saving those who are willing to take a “hand up” instead of a “hand out” are definitely the ones to focus your energy on. They are the ones who will play‐it‐forward and will truly help to change the world.

    Please leave me on your List.. 🙂

    1. Very well said Peggy. You added a great point that so many before have made the choice.

      For the many who have made the choice, it is hard to maintain patience with those who refuse to and then want to rob them of their hard work.

  4. I am no loser. No matter how bad a day, week, month, etc I may have, I have never considered myself anything less than lucky. Lucky for my life, family, friends and belief that everyday is a gift from God. How could I ever think I am a loser. Maybe not rich monetarily, but rich in what and who I have chosen to surround my life with. Thanks for being a friend Chuck.

  5. You know, its very sad to know there’s many obstacles in the world. The truth is bad things do happen to good people.

    However, there’s also a lot to be said for the will of the human spirit and the desire to become more. A great/inspirational story about overcoming adversity is the movie, “Homeless to Harvard.”

    Awesome post.

  6. Great — and gutsy — post. But I fear we’re vastly outnumbered by those who are dependent on government handouts, and I just can’t see them giving the handouts back, or settling for less. Obamacare is just more of the same. Our only defense (it seems to me) is to continue succeeding at what we do, and enjoy the fulfilling life we create for ourselves, irrespective of what the others want.

    1. I agree Richard. I do not see any turning back — ever. I think the values that made the U.S. the most powerful nation in the world are quickly going away. Our direction is not sustainable, but yes, we are out numbered.

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