Many will want you,
but few will invest in you.
So, what am I talking about here?
it's going to be a lot of people who like you,
who want you, who are attracted to you.
But that doesn't mean any of them are serious about you.
Let me not just say any of them, there's going to be one.
There's going to be more than one, all right.
But the reality is that
most people are not going to be prepared
and willing to put in the work.
So, do not confuse desire with value.
And understand that
if they're unwilling to do
what's necessary to create a healthy relationship,
you don't need to be entertaining them.
If you're looking for something serious,
if you're looking for something real,
you cannot entertain temporary people.
So, you got to start to evaluate very quickly,
who just likes the idea of being with you
versus who is actually trying to be with you.
Now, granted there's more to it than that,
but let's just start with
that foundational piece
because I see so many people
getting caught up in the attention
they get from someone.
Getting caught up in
the desire that person expresses,
but that individual isn't actually putting
in the real work,
isn't doing their part,
isn't healthy enough
to have a good relationship with you.
And you got to look at yourself, are you
even healthy enough right now?
But either way,
we've got to be smarter,
be wiser about who we engage with,
and who we try to establish
real relationships with
because some people
are just here for a temporary time.
Some people are just trying to waste your time.
Some people are just trying to get what they can get
and be out,
be mindful of that.
Don't let your time be wasted.
Don't let your energy be wasted.
Don't let your peace and sanity
be taken from you.
And always understand
that many will want you,
few will invest in you,
and do not confuse their desire
with them valuing you.