Hi. This is Dr. Fab Mancini and I’m so excited that you joined us for this new season. I love this new season, because it’s all about you — the topics you want me to do, the topics that are relevant in your life right now. This one comes from Patrick through YouTube in Colorado, and Patrick writes, “Dr. Fab, how do I deal with jealous people?”
1. Be selective.
2. Recognize it’s not about you.
3. Bring it to their attention.
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This is Dr. Fab Mancini and I’m so excited that you joined us for this new season, because I love this new season, because it’s all about you.
The topics you want me to do, the topics that are relevant in your life right now.
This one comes from Patrick through YouTube in Colorado, and Patrick writes, “Dr. Fab, how do I deal with jealous people?”
Well, let me tell you something.
I learned a long time ago from a dear friend of mine, Dr. John Demartini, that you’re always going to find people out there that are going to be jealous whenever you have a promotion, whenever you get to do something that they haven’t been able to do.
Even we see it with our own siblings.
Maybe your mom and dad treat you a little bit better than they treat them, so they’re jealous of you.
He always said to me, “Do not take that personally, and recognize that’s about them and not about you.”
I want to share with you three things right now that would allow you to deal with jealous people in your life.
The first thing is be selective.
Be selective of the people that you put into your life, the people that you have relationships with, the people that you tend to work with, the people that you choose to do programs with, the people that are going to be the ones that are most likely going to be jealous when you get to be successful, when you get to make more money than they do.
The second one is recognize it’s not about you.
When Dr. Demartini taught me that lesson, I tell you it was revelating because I had just become president of a very prestigious university and there was so much envy and jealousy, from my own classmate, my own friends.
People that I never thought would be jealous.
I want you to know, do not make it about you. It’s about them.
The third thing is bring it to their attention.
See, one of the things that I’ve had to learn to do is that sometimes that jealousy can be destructive.
Make sure that if it ever gets to that point, you bring it to their attention and you try to stop it right there.
That way, it doesn’t go any further.
I hope you’ve enjoyed these three tips.
I will see you on the next show.