It’s always useful to use metaphors to describe current situations. These metaphors help people see what’s right in front of them.  In today’s world, we may be trying to grow but are people around you holding you back?

The ‘Bucket of Crabs’ metaphor is a great way of showing how our own selfishness and distrust keeps us hostile and stuck in the status quo.

There are several crabs in a bucket, one of them tries to escape and the others will pull him back down.

In other words “If I can’t have it, neither can you!”
In this episode, we pull apart this theory, and show you how to climb out of your ‘bucket’ when it comes to your finances and relationships. We also touch on the Janteloven; The Nordic code for promoting peace and happiness, and how you can apply them to your financial future. Next time you ask Are people around you holding you back   You will have the tools to see the crab and no how to avoid them

Here Are The Show Highlights:

  • How to avoid the ‘Crab Bucket’ Syndrome and having others hold you back ([2:50])
  • Why others try to hold you back from success ([3:15])
  • How a Swedish cultural code can improve the health of your financial future ([5:00])

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