Failure, And Why You’re Own Worst Enemy is You

When a man becomes a failure and accepts that discomfort that goes along with it… then he is finally on the way to finding success.

It may seem like a counterproductive action to fail. Success for many could be described as relaxing in a Bentley Motors made sofa, lavishing in a custom built gentleman’s lounge, and drinking cases of Angel champagne. But if your mind is more focused on comfort than “getting sh*t done,” we’re going to go out on a pretty stable limb and suggest that you are probably relaxing too much and not getting as much done as you could be.

You already know how to maintain your health, be a better man, find success, and live life to the fullest – but unless you understand how to orchestrate that path, that knowledge goes unfulfilled. And the only way to find your way is to accept your limitation, work like hell to overcome it and to never stop improving on yourself – because there is always room for improvement.

But how can you maintain the motivation to accomplish such a heavy, lifelong goal? You can begin by listening to these words by Joe Rogan:

About Dr. Eric J. Leech

Eric has written for over a decade. Then one day he created Urbasm.com, a site for every guy.





About Dr. Eric J. Leech

Eric has written for over a decade. Then one day he created Urbasm.com, a site for every guy.