Should we take advice from others?

Should we take advice from others? –@ibrute

Never! And that includes all the advice I am giving or have ever given.

This seems like an odd answer. I’m giving advice here after all. I spend an hour answering questions on Twitter on Thursdays. Then I summarize them as posts. Not to mention all my other posts I write. Plus the thousands of hours spent on writing books. Don’t I think people should take my advice? Do I have such a low opinion of myself that I think people should ignore me?

In the last four paragraphs of “I Was Blind But Now I See” I say:

Seeing is realizing that all the wealth and success in the world is ours for the taking once we’ve build the foundations within, the true freedom that lets us see the reality and the myths around us for what they are.

It is questioning everything we do and the intentions behind them.

It is realizing that sometimes our intentions have a lot of strings attached and that not being honest is expensive. Very expensive. These techniques, these ideas, I’ve learned the hard way. I’ve succeeded on traditional terms. I’ve failed on very traditional terms.

I’ve been brainwashed by the Zombie Recruitment Machine. But I’ve also used the techniques in this book to now create success for myself. Nothing I suggest in this book is without decades of exploration and experimentation. Don’t take my word for it.

Now is the time for you to take your own journey. To see the world. To figure out what you truly want, find success, wealth, freedom, happiness, and live the life you always knew you were meant to live. Enjoy.