By William Ballard
I was inspired to write this series after reading the 11th chapter of Grant Cardone's latest book, "Be Obsessed or Be Average," (AFF) which was a relatively short chapter, but still well-worth reading.
"The only people who don't like control are those who don't have control or who have misused it in the past." - Grant Cardone
Look, let's be real... Most people view being a control freak as a negative thing, but the truth of the matter is: The real negative is being out of control. I'm sure you can agree with that point, at least to a certain degree, right?
I mean, what you don't want is to be out-of-control. Why is that? Well, because being out-of-control will always lead to chaos and destruction. You see, a lot of people seem to have this belief that if there was no government, or no set of rules or laws to live by, that that's what they would consider to be true freedom.
But, of course, you and I know different. We know that without these particular parameters in place, what will actually come of it is an increase in violence, a rise in savage behavior, which will ultimately lead to a setting up of vigilante type groups.
Now, understand this: These vigilante groups are nothing more than out-of-control individuals trying to create something they know nothing about -- control and true freedom.
You see, most people operate from a false paradigm or a type of faulty programming. In other words, to be out-of-control and in complete chaos is not freedom at all, but actually a type of bondage.