Driving with John Chow – Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired

Now that you’ve finished watching Talking with John Chow, it’s time to watch Driving with John Chow. You just can’t get enough John Chow, can you? 🙂

On this, the 34th episode, I talked about some of the key takeaways I got from the recent Home Business Summit. They include a burning desire for success, and doing what others are not willing to do. See, most people are exactly where they want to be.

Making money online really isn’t that hard. So why is it that only a small percentage of the Internet make any money at it? Because people are where they want to be. If you’re not truly where you want to be, then you would be doing something to change it. I can give everyone the step-by-step on how to make money online and most people wouldn’t do it. Why? Because they are where they want to be.

Now, where you want to be isn’t the same as where you wish to be. You can wish to be rich but do you want to be rich? Of course, everyone will say they want to be rich but what are they doing about it? Most of the time, the answer is nothing. You are where you want to be. How do you change it? You need to get sick and tired of being sick and tired.

13 thoughts on “Driving with John Chow – Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired”

  1. I. C. Daniel says:

    Oh, awesome, I really wanted a new driving with John Chow episode. Thanks!

    1. Daniel says:

      Man. I agree. This is episode hits home to a lot. We need more rants lol.

  2. Patricia says:

    Great inspiration! I have a burning desire to move forward with all your teachings. I’m on disabled benefits and I have come to realize I need to be in full time employment to be able to apply what needs to be done to be able to succeed with any kind of internet marketing. Although I’m unable to take action, I read and take everything in I can about this fantastic opportunity. I am truly sick and tired of being in this situation, and pray for an open door. In the mean time keep the valuable information coming, it does make a difference. To all your great success!

  3. I completely agree, John.

    You need to be sick and tired of being sick and tired of your situation… in order to change it. Most people don’t have a true burning desire to get what they want.

    They just kinda want it. When you have a true burning desire for what you want to accomplish… IT DOESN’T MATTER how hard you need to work, or how much time it will take, or how many times you fail —> YOU WILL STILL GET IT DONE. PERIOD.

    Thank you for another great video, brother.

    – Ricky

  4. Akos Fintor says:

    Dead on, John, ,

    In order to get what we want we gotta do things that we “don’t feel like doing” but deep inside we know we MUST do.
    Hard short term decisions lead to easy long term consequences.


  5. Nikoya says:

    Such realness in this post John! Burning desires happen for a reason- greatness. Do what you need to do to get to where you need to be.

  6. faisal says:

    What an interesting title!

  7. Dwayne says:


    When you get to that point, your only option is to make a change in your life. Otherwise you’re just stuck in your cycle and you’ll never get past being sick and tired. Use that burning desire to make a change. If you keep doing the same thing, you keep getting the same results.

  8. Patricia says:

    I just love the enthusiasm and the drive I read from so many. Think Positive 🙂

  9. Hey John! Really loved your video this week! We talked about it and even played a little sound clip from the video. I hope that was ok! 😉

    Thanks again!

  10. Hello John,

    I really appreciate the truth of this entry. Being sick and tired is not enough in itself: to make headway, one must actually really be sick and tired of the entire process of failure!

    This, of course, is not something easy: only a burning desire to succeed makes men succeed…perhaps, burning one ships is a very great idea!


  11. Thank you John, that really hit home with me..Something I think I already new but nice to be reminded because sometimes we get more complacent than we should be.

  12. Jon Poland says:

    John: the message in your video reminds me of speech I heard the great Jim Rohn give where he talks about “The Day That Turned Your Life Around.” In this speech Mr. Rohn talks about the powerful emotion that “disgust” can have in our lives. He is talking about being so disgusted with your situation that you finally do something about it.

    This is a terrific speech and I highly recommend that everyone listens to it. Just search Google for “Jim Rohn The Day That Turned Your Life Around” and the video will appear in the search results. It’s only 6 minutes long, but it’s great stuff.

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