Well, I am back!
It’s been a while… just over two years.
But, hopefully, I have used the time wisely and came back to bigger and better things.
And, hopefully, I am coming back with a bang.
This article answers a question that had been following me for decades.
You will notice that I chose to publish the article as a guest blogger on wisdomination.com. Two reasons for that. First, I’ve been following Z from Wisdomination for a couple of years now and I think he is the most interesting blogger out there – even though he doesn’t cover exclusively self-help, but writes on a number of various topics. And second is that the article has been triggered by a fantastic post that Z published recently:
Nail the basics – and nothing else is necessary. Fail the basics – and nothing else will help
Once I read it I knew that my time to come back has come. I had something very specific to say and I knew how to say it. I got in touch with Z (we’ve been chatting for a while now, sharing our thoughts once in a while) and offered a guest article as a follow-up to his post – and Z agreed straight away!
So, there we go. This is a long article (for me) – but it took me just an hour and a half to write the first, and almost final, draft. Well, hour and a half plus the thirty odd years I have been asking myself the question on how to:
Find the strength to follow self-help advice – moving against your inner monkey