We all know people out there who say they'll do something get all enthusiastic about it, saying stuff like "I'll definitely do it" and "don't try me or I'll do it i swear," but never get around to doing what they say they were going to do.
I'm a Mcmuffin unfortunately with this audio book. I said i was going to initially put this thing out at the end of January but it's been taking me so long because i am afraid that you might not like it lol (pathetic).
I know it's stupid i should just go out already and do the damn thing but I'm afraid. Afraid that you won't actually use what i give you. But really i think this is my own issue.
See when we are afraid to deal with the pressing issues in our own lives we become the nagging, hounding control freaks in other people's lives. We get so excited and addicted to judging and controlling others that we loose our perspective of who we are and loose perspective of our own issues.
While not thinking about our own issues and focusing on other stuff isn't bad at all, we still have to eventually face our own or we'll be crushed by them.
It all starts with knowledge of self of course. Being honest with yourself (not blaming your self for your flaws, but just simply thinking about what your major challenges are in life), finding a solution to the problems that you have (when the student is ready the teacher will appear) and making the decision to do the right thing (that's all it takes).
But anyway let's get back to the subject at hand (what the heck am i doing, i shouldn't be letting y'all inside the vault lol).
People who bluff will always try to appear more confident than what they really are.
Say for instance a person is threatening to leave their partner if they don't do something for them.
If they are really serious about leaving they'll be sad and regretting (probably on the verge of tears). They won't be concerned about how you see them at all so they'll project a vulnerable, somber image that is regreting because they wish it never came down to this.
But if they are trying to show you that they don't need you and that they could easily get someone else, or they are trying to guilt trip you into doing what they tell you by talking about you never do this or you always do that then don't even waist your time worrying, they aint going nowhere.
The Mcmuffin will always try to portray the opposite of how they really feel so they'll hype you up by saying things that get you all fired up because they are overly concerned about the image they are projecting to you.
A person who is being honest won't be overly confident, they'll be reluctant in making the decision because they don't know if they will be able to do it or because they don't want to not keep their word.
Make sure you be on alert for the Mcmuffin's. When you look for these signs it will be blatantly obvious.
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