Self-help guides are not sustainable

For those who believe that my books are self-help guides and are expecting instructions for life from it, this may clarify my approach for you.The above photo is from The Egosystem p.25. I don't believe in prescriptive exercises or methods when advising others about how to navigate the challenges in their lives.Such prescriptive approaches assume…

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Don’t trade your best for their worst

There is rarely a day that passes without me reading or hearing about someone who invested years, if not decades of their life, to people who were not invested in the relationship.When the reality of that betrayal finally hits home, it destroys our spirit and convinces us that we've sacrificed the best years of our…

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Betrayed expectations

Without realising it, expectations create an underlying sense of entitlement regarding the outcomes that we want.That entitlement is what influences our attitude and demeanour in how we approach things or relationships.When we feel justified to have such expectations, we lose sight of the entitlement, which leads to the intensity of emotion that we experience when…

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