We all have egos. And they are holding us back.
Ego is the enemy of growth.
Ego is the enemy of mastery.
Ego is the enemy of getting what you want and of keeping what you have.
Ego is the enemy of relationships.
Ego is the enemy of loyalty and support.
Ego is the enemy of repeating and growing your success.
Ego is different than confidence. Instead of helping us grow, it pushes us down. It repulses relationships, advantages, and opportunities. And, like a bee to honey, it attracts errors, mistakes, pitfalls, embarrassment, and enemies. It tries to persuade us that we are more important, needed, or successful than others. And then we start to lose balance, get entitled, lose grip with reality, and damage our relationships with our work, and with other people.
The ability to evaluate one's own ability is the most important skill of all. Without it, improvement is impossible.
Getting the ego back into the proper equilibrium is perhaps the most important thing we can do to fix the various imbalances in our lives.
In Taylor Haskin's, The Ego Is Not Your Amigo: Your Quick + Dirty Cheat Sheet to Overcome the Ego That's Been Holding You Back, you'll learn:
You'll also get a cheat sheet for a quick, no-nonsense refresher, whenever you need it!
It's a universal rule of life: the more you control your ego, the better your life will be. Without fail.
No matter who you are or what you've accomplished, it's time to get your ego in check so you can grow to your full potential.