Wesley Financial, Chuck McDowell and our team, aspire to be the best they can possibly be. As cliché as it may sound, when life throws them lemons, they make lemonade. We are all here to live the best lives we can, but sometimes problems arise. If you are the victim of timeshare fraud, it can truly cause many problems. Our team is inspired to forge ahead in their own lives, and help others to do the same – no matter the obstacles.
Positive Thinking and More
In an article written for success.com, writer Steve Rizzo talks about how our thinking can change our very lives. With Wesley Financial, Chuck McDowell and our team, we can see how there is an ability in the human spirit to rise above. Writer Rizzo starts by saying, “If there is one thing I would love for you to walk away with after reading this article, it is the understanding that you have the power to experience any challenge in your life as a positive and an opportunity for growth. Notice I didn’t say some challenges. I said any challenge. And the way you ultimately experience these challenges is through the thought process.
I love the phrase, “What you think is what you get.” And when I finally learned how important that phrase was, my life began to transform dramatically for the better.” (Rizzo, 2018).
All of us deal with challenges in life, some are easy and some are more difficult than others. Nevertheless, if there is someone you can reach out to for help, why wouldn’t you? At Wesley Financial, we do everything we can for our clients. Perhaps mind over matter is something that pertains to many situations in life. It is an interesting perspective.
The article continues, “If you expect to prevail during tough times, you must understand that it is your current perception of the situation that either gives you hope or makes you want to give up to a lost cause. If you’re always thinking about how you can’t get a fair shake, you will always feel miserable. It’s like the saying, “Misery loves company.” Being miserable doesn’t exactly attract good things, does it? If you want to change your life for the better, start by consciously changing what you think and what you say. In every situation (especially during tough times), life is always asking you this one question: “Who do you think you are?” Who you think you are in any given moment is who and what you will become. Not only will this profound question determine how you treat yourself, but also how others treat you.” (Rizzo, 2018). At Wesley FInancial, Chuck McDowell and our team, possess the strength of heart and mind to help countless individuals get to the other side of their timeshare problems.
Rizzo suggests, “So when you are confronted with a challenging situation or experiencing difficult times and a decision needs to be made, remember what life is always asking you. “Who do you think you are?” In that moment, you will enter into a state of awareness. It’s not the awareness of a misfortunate or stressful situation. It’s the awareness that perhaps you are not feeling right, that there is emotional duress in your world.” (Rizzo, 2018). It can be difficult to take into consideration all that has been suggested when you are dealing with timeshare fraud, but it is something to consider. Nevertheless, it is important to try and stay strong.
Staying Strong in the Face of Difficulty
Rizzo suggests, “Whatever challenges you are facing, whatever your desires are—be it respect, appreciation, success, happiness or love—it all comes down to how you evaluate yourself in any situation. The outcome is determined by who you think you are. When a healthy outcome seems to be an impossibility, remember to shift your perspective to a productive way of thinking. Anything else is just being a danger to yourself.” (Rizzo, 2018). At Wesley Financial, Chuck McDowell and our team encourage everyone to stay positive although things may be difficult.
You can forge ahead and stay strong in the face of difficulty, but sometimes it can be easier said that done. Rizzo implores, “Know that there is something greater in you that can meet any challenge head on. Say it out loud: “I am bigger than any challenge!” Ask yourself: “What are my choices here?” “What will the consequences be if I respond to this situation with anger or fear?” “How can I turn this around to be advantageous for everyone involved?” “What will the short and long-term consequences be with this decision I’m about to make?” “How will it affect my family, friends and business associates?” “What can I learn from this?”” (Rizzo, 2018). At Wesley Financial, Chuck McDowell and our team do all that they can do to help people who are the victims of timeshare fraud. We encourage our clients to stay as strong as possible when dealing with timeshare fraud.
Rizzo continues, “When this simple strategy becomes a habit, you will come to know that no situation, circumstance, or person can take your power away from you, unless you allow it to happen. The pathway to a successful and happier life is more of an emotional decision than a change in circumstance. In other words, you have to make a decision to change the way that you think and what you are focusing on daily. When you decide to spend more time and energy viewing life through the eyes of love, hope and optimism, and less time trying to figure out why you are so unhappy, you will experience a wonderful transformation taking place within you and around you.” (Rizzo, 2018). For many, fighting to live life to the fullest requires not only positive thinking, but addressing problems.
At Wesley Financial, we are here to help you overcome your timeshare problems. Whether you are trying to reduce your level of ownership or cancel your timeshare altogether, Wesley Financial can help you. Since 1989, we have been helping many people deal with timeshare fraud. We have a 100% proven success rate.
Wesley Financial: Chuck McDowell & Our Team
Rizzo ends the article by stating, “You can actually place yourself at the helm and steer the course of your life just by becoming aware of not only the damage you can create, but also the magic you can create, in any given moment. It all depends on who you think you are.” (Rizzo, 2018). When we think of Wesley Financial, Chuck McDowell and our team, we think of individuals who will do anything to help those in need. If you or someone you know is the victim of timeshare fraud, reach out to us for help. We would be glad to speak with you about possible solutions to your timeshare problems. When you find time during your day, reach out to us. Schedule a time to speak with us about what we can do to solve your timeshare issues.
Rizzo, Steve. (September 27, 2018). You Are Bigger Than Any Challenge. www.success.com,