31 Truths About Life (Which Will Save You Buying 31 Self-Help Books)
Please don’t think I’m setting myself up as an expert. I’m not a psychiatrist, a psychologist or even a psychic. I’ve simply been around the block a few times. Probably more than a few times. That’s not to say I’m necessarily wise, just a bit mouthy.
I'm writing this because I feel we're being inundated with a lot of advice these days. Some of it is helpful (I still read Scott Peck’s The Road Less Travelled), some of it isn’t.
So rather than repeat what you already know, here’s the unvarnished truth about truths. Don’t worry if you find a few upsetting. This isn’t supposed to make you feel better about yourself. If anything, it's probably meant to make me feel better about myself (enjoy it, anyway)
1) Stop asking God for wisdom. God doesn’t give wisdom, He gives mistakes. If you aren’t willing to learn from your mistakes, become an atheist and cut out the middleman.
2) Stop posting inspirational quotes on Facebook and LinkedIn. If they really meant that much to you, you wouldn’t share them. You’d keep them to yourself and become wildly successful and self-satisfied.
3) If you can’t believe in yourself, don’t expect others to do it for