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Which Wolf Are You Feeding?
There’s a Native American tale about an old man who was telling his grandson a story about two
wolves. The old man said, “There’s a fight between two wolves. One is an evil wolf, filled with
anger, resentment, greed, sadness, rage, envy, pride, ego, vanity, and superiority. The other is a
good wolf, filled with peace, light, kindness, generosity, love, compassion, humility, benevolence,
grace, hope, compassion, and faith.”
“Which of the wolves will win the fight, grandfather?” asked the boy.
The old man paused, considering the boy, then said, “Whichever one you feed.”ChangeThis | 112.05
If you focus your attention on negative things like comparing yourself to others, wondering why
you don’t have the success you think you deserve, and envying the success of others, then
you’re feeding the evil wolf and that wolf will win the fight. If, however, you focus your attention
on positive things like helping others, bringing value to others through your business, making
the world a better place, improving your productivity so you can do more, expanding your
expertise so you can make a bigger difference, and taking care of yourself and the ones you
love, then you’re feeding the good wolf, and that wolf will win.
Feed the good wolf.
Comparing yourself to other people is always a losing game
… Where you stand relative to other people isn’t nearly as
important as where you stand relative to where you could be
standing if you realized your full potential.