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  • The Ego Is Your Enemy

  • Control Your Compulsive Ego, Change Your Life and the People Around You
  • By: Maynard McBride
  • Narrated by: Daniel Perez
  • Length: 4 hrs and 19 mins
  • 3.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Summary

Did you know that a compulsive entity might be running your life and your decisions? Discover how to take your life back.

How many times have you tried to take control of your behavior and the way you interact with others and with yourself? It doesn’t matter how good you can be doing, you always go back to your old ways.

You always thought that as you get older, you’ll be able to take control of your behavior and the way others think about you affect you.

The ego is a complex part of your life, and is the main reason humanity had to come up with multiple religions and medical solutions.

How can you control something that you can’t see or understand?

Is the ego bad or good? Does it want to hurt me or help me?

Before you can start changing your behavior, you need to start understanding the complexity of the ego.

It sounds more complex than it is but once you know what the ego really wants and how you can work around it, you can see the results in as little as 12 days.

Controlling your emotions and having control of all your decisions shouldn’t be a mystery but your birth right. 

This is only a select sample of the amazing lessons you’ll discover in The Ego Is Your Enemy:   

  • How the ego has been tricking you for most of your life without you even realizing it
  • The essential techniques on how to spot the ego in all aspects of your life
  • The main thing the ego hates the most (this can change your life)
  • The eight habits that will guarantee total control of your life (and how to apply it)
  • How helping others is one of the best kept secrets ever
  • The four pillars to keep the ego in balance
  • The horrible habits of people who mistake the ego with something it is not
  • A powerful insight that will help you discover your true self, giving you back the freedom you have been looking for all your life

You don’t have to keep living your life in fear, pain, and anger while not knowing how to control those emotions. IT is time to live a life of authentic peace and freedom.

Do you want to stay the same way and live your life full of negative emotions? If the answer is yes, then this book is not for you.

If you want to control your compulsive self and change your life as well of the people around you, scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.

©2019 Maynard McBride (P)2020 Maynard McBride

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Don’t bother narration is awful!!

Unfortunately the narration is unacceptable and makes the book unlistenable, really disappointing. I suppose I should buy the book and read it but feel frustrated as I have just bought the audio!

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Good stuff

Cannot emphasize enough the impact the book made in my "work between the ears." I'm actually going to listen to it again with the downloadable resources in front of me this time!

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Mind-blowing

I have enjoyed this book very much. The concept of being dispassionate in your pursuit of the mission struck in surprise. I don’t quite understand it yet.

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  • 14-09-20

GREAT , But Narration bad

great book but Narration was very bad. very difficult to follow and choppy. 3 stars

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  • Wanda A Berube
  • 24-08-20

The book was perfect

Works well with groups or individuals. This will be used frequently by me I. Just lent it to one of my co-workers.

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  • marie
  • 23-08-20

Fantastic

I am early in my recovery & learned a lot about myself by listening to this book. The techniques given will be a huge factor in my recovery.

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  • E. Murphy
  • 18-08-22

okay

The audio was not good. Fast and slow which was distracting. Learned a little but could use some more.

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  • Nicholas S.
  • 20-07-22

The narrator is horrible

Sounds like a nasally congested cyborg with horrible timing and pauses. Hard to get past to get the info.

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  • Jen Vandivier
  • 03-12-21

Terrible Narrator

The book has a great story and points. Biggest issue for me was the narrator. Absolutely terrible! At some point you can here the narrator cough. Another point he loses his focus and feels like he skips some lines!

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  • Dylan D.
  • 29-10-21

narration sucks

I can't get into the audio book because of the terrible narration. maybe I'll get the physical copy.

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  • Donald L Miller
  • 22-07-21

Descriptive, profound & super-helpful!

I appreciate this framework to apply in the healing journey with my clients! Thank you.

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  • Keith K Brewer
  • 22-07-21

I definitely recommend it.

I wondered if I would like to listen to therapy books, but after completing this one, I am grateful I chose it. In fact, I will be listening to it again. It felt like I was observing therapy sessions and the techniques came alive as I was listening rather than just reading. Great book and I definitely recommend it.

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  • Jason S Elliot
  • 22-07-21

Refreshing Guide

In a world of today filled with so much egocentric and narcissistic behavior, this is a refreshing guide to ground ourselves back.