Six Cold Harsh Truths Most People Don’t Want to Hear

Cold, hard truth 3: words can do more harm than swords.

Alberto García 🚀🚀🚀
The Writers Fight Club


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Most people know what they need to do to improve their lives.

Most people know what lessons to apply to take their life to the next level.

Most people know more than they admit, but they never put those lessons into practice so they can self-deceive themselves and continue living the way they live.

Here are six of them.

  1. Cold, hard truth 1: You need friends capable of saying “no” when everyone else says “yes.” Real people who will anchor you to reality when your ego is flying through the roof. Brave people are willing to say things go wrong, precisely if things go wrong. Because other people won’t tell you the truth, the rest will tell you what your ego wants to hear. Most people around you are trying to exploit your weaknesses (ego, laziness, desire for approval) to take advantage of you.
  2. Cold, hard truth 2: Bad things happen when you try to achieve good things. Being sad is inevitable when you move and try to advance your goals because the more things you try, the more times you fail. But if you think about it, without sacrifice, there is no glory; without sadness, happiness would be meaningless. Besides, daring to do things gives you a…