Is it bad luck? Circumstance? Natural selection? The “Universe” wasn’t on your side?
Now sure, you’re not starving. And on rare occasions you have a little more than what you need.
Maybe you wanted to go on a trip abroad, do something bold and adventurous, get into a meaningful relationship, or even buy that new house or car you’ve always wanted.
You have this powerful feeling that you could have MORE… but you always end up with less than what you expected.
Or you’re feeling lost in the middle of the billions of things going on. The whole world is racing by so fast and everything’s become a blur.
And it makes you realize how your life is FULL of potential, but it’s all just wasting away as each day goes by.
Even the most successful, most powerful people in the world have struggled with this before they made it big.
Maybe it happens at work. Instead of working for that promotion, something compels you to slack off.
But something was telling you it was RISKY. That you’re better off settling with what you have now.
Maybe you tried quitting a bad habit like alcohol or smoking. But for some reason, every cell in your body made it damn near impossible.
When you’re about to make a decision that could potentially cause change, your Amygdala, the part of your brain that oversees fear, survival, and emergency tries to STOP you dead in your tracks.
Then it plants the false idea that following your hopes and dreams would lead to pain, suffering, failure, and embarrassment.
You’re probably wondering if you’re affected. So here are 3 telltale signs that the Shadow Complex is having its way with you right now.
Because as much as you want to believe you’re in control of your ideas, thoughts, and actions… the big, bad, and ugly news is that you’re not.
How about when you wanted to start a habit of eating healthy, exercising, or even waking up early for a change.
If you look back at all the times this happened, you’d realize you had already missed out on so many opportunities.
Why isn’t anybody taking a stand? And why isn’t anybody exposing this subconscious self-sabotage happening to us?
Corporations, governments and top-brass businessmen all benefit from everybody else living simple, mediocre lives of quiet desperation.
If we were all living our dream lives, we would no longer desire to buy things we don’t need, with money we don’t have, to impress people we don’t even like.
Instead of passionate, driven, and confident individuals creating our most ideal, most authentic life…
Imagine the possibilities. If only you weren’t being held back, chained to the ground, and manipulated by your Shadow Complex.
You would have the career of your dreams. Would you have wanted to be a doctor? A famous Hollywood actor? A rockstar musician? CEO of an 8-figure company?
You would be doing anything you want. Would you run a marathon or two? How about climb Mount Everest? Or maybe you want to travel the world and be at awe at how amazing our planet is.
You would be living the incredible life you deserve. You could kick any bad habit you may have now. You’ll always feel full of vigor and vitality. You’d be at your ideal physique. And you’d be living in optimal health, abundance, and happiness.
I’m married to a kind, sweet, and beautiful woman, and I’m a proud father of a little baby boy.
My family and I live in a gorgeous home in a nice part of the world that feels like paradise on earth.
I’m also the founder of The Prime Life Club, a company dedicated to empowering people to live incredible lives.
My business gives me FREEDOM to do what I want, whenever I want. And my family makes me feel like I’m the luckiest man in the world.
My life was pretty messed up. And I know what it’s like to feel lost, confused, and beaten down in life.
But all my life I was running away from my responsibilities, living in fear of failure and criticism, and settling for scraps left behind by people who took advantage of me.
But somehow, I always ended up going back to the same old habits. Back to the same downward spiral. Over and over again.
After the heart attack landed me in the hospital E.R., my wife had to take care of EVERYTHING back home.
I had to quit my job. I was useless back home. And on top of all that, my wife had to wait on me hand and foot. I felt like a vegetable.
Walking even for a few steps made me lose my breath. Lifting up anything over 20 pounds was a struggle. And my whole body retained so much water that I bloated up like a balloon.
She didn’t ask for any of this. But she held on. But that didn’t take away the fact that I was useless as a husband and father.
But I couldn’t stand to see my wife in so much distress. And I couldn’t bare to leave my baby boy alone to live without a dad in his life.
Doctors. Lawyers. Corporate executives. Business owners. One of my old friends has even made it as an up-and-comer in Hollywood.
On social media they brag about travelling the world. How they have beautiful homes. How they made tons of money. And how they were surrounded by love and happiness.
I was a good-for-nothing who couldn’t get my life together. It… Read more…