06 Sep Fours Ways to Eliminate ‘Entitlement’
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Published by Thrive Global
Written by Jennifer Durrant
September 6, 2017
“At extreme levels, entitlement is a toxic narcissistic trait.”
So says a recent study conducted by Dr. Joshua Grubbs and published in the Psychological Bulletin. “When people think that they should have everything they want—often for nothing—it comes at the cost of relationships with others and, ultimately, their own happiness.”
Feeling “entitled” is an increasingly common line of thinking that is destroying the fabric of our society, according to Live Abundant founder, financial strategist and multi-bestselling author Doug Andrew. Drawing on decades of experience in both his work and personal life, as expounded on in his book Entitlement Abolition, Andrew teaches the three dimensions of authentic wealth—foundational, intellectual and financial. By incorporating into one’s life all three of these dimensions, we can avoid the plague of entitlement and instead live life more abundantly.
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