4 Very Surprising Habits that Make Life Difficult

What would be your reaction?

You happen to be at my ‘Seers Empowerment Summit’ live session (you may click here for more about that); I walk to the stage with a sealed tin of milk in my hand and try to place/suspend the tin of milk in mid-air (without anything supporting or holding it) and you are staring keenly at me, so I call you to come and do it for me. How would you feel; what would be your reaction?





Interestingly, and metaphorically, most people in this life (likely including your good self) are trying to suspend a tin of milk in mid-air; this is a summary of the surprising habits that make life difficult. Specifically, the four key habits that make life difficult are as follows…

  1. The Processionary Caterpillar Syndrome
  2. The Pleasure-Pain Principle
  3. Unconscious Incompetence
  4. False-Faith

These feed into each other (or overlap) in a sense, and all other known causes can be classified under them; if you get to understand them and avoid their negative effects, life becomes simple/easy and meaningful! They are elaborated in The Purpose Compass presentation. You may click the link below to see more…

David K Egyir

An Architect, a Designer, and a Life Coach :: Passionate about harnessing his true / hidden potential, and helping so many people to also harness their true / hidden potential. You may click here to see more about him. To support Dave's Writing & Life-Coaching Social Ministry, you may click here.

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