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“I Have Seen the Enemy – and It is…”

At some point in your life, you are going to come face-to-face with your worst enemy.

This person is your worst nightmare.

He knows every weakness you have.  He knows about every sneaky, mean, underhanded, naughty, colored-outside-the-lines thing you have ever done.

He knows about the time you lied to your lover about where you were.  He knows about when you lied to your doctor about what you ate, how much you drink and how many times you a week you workout.

He knows about your bad knee; he knows that you fibbed on your taxes, that you're not a good enough provider and parent and on, and on, and on…

In short, he knows everything bad you have ever done – or think you have ever done.

On top of that, he has no qualms – zero problems – in using them against you on a moment's notice.

He'll bring it up in the middle of a crucial presentation. He'll interrupt your close during a sale.  He'll whisper in your ear right as you get up the nerve to approach that hot girl at the coffee shop that you've been eyeing all week.

He'll poke you in the ribs as you go to ask your boss for a raise and tell you what a selfish a-hole you are for asking in the middle of tough economic times when some people don't even have a job.

He will even mention to you that YOU were a terrible child as you sit there and try to teach your child why they have to listen, eat their vegetables and do their homework immediately after school.

This enemy is all-knowing, all-powerful and if you aren't ready to take him on – go nose to nose and toe to toe – he is going to eat your lunch.

So who this enemy?


You have a dialogue – a "voice" if you will – that runs your main beliefs, thoughts and feelings about yourself in the background twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.  It is completely subjective and easily influenced.

If yours is "programmed" right, it says good things about you, you see yourself as a good, positive person and you seem to "glide" through life, never getting too up or too down with things always "seeming" to go well.

If yours is NOT programmed right, you end up doing what I call KYOA – Kicking Your Own Azz – constantly.

You are never good enough, rich enough, happy enough, healthy enough, skinny enough, anything enough.  All you do is go through life, constantly underestimating yourself, holding yourself back and causing yourself problems.

You become your own worst enemy.

If any of this sounds familiar, then you are KYOA – and you are going to want to knock it off – immediately.

I'll post more on how you can do that later…

To your best, 

Sensei Harrison Huff

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