Hypocritical oafs

I’ll say it again – I’m not a recognised expert in many important fields.

Nothing I say is, say, medical or psychological advice, nor should it be taken as such.

I’m just a guy talking about things.

But while I can’t offer formal advice on these issues…

… I can tell you, in the abstract, what good advice looks like.

For example:

It probably doesn’t pay to listen to hypocrites. If someone says “moral purity should be your only concern!”, then ask them about the escort on their arm and the whisky on their breath.

Maybe they know they’re a cautionary tale – sort of like “don’t do what they did or you’ll turn out like them”. I don’t know, you still have to wonder why they don’t take their own advice.

This month’s Phronesis Accelerator issue is all about warning signs. When a canary dies in the mine, you don’t sit around and gawk at it. The whole point of it dying is to tell you to get out already.

Hypocrisy is a warning sign, but in other people.

What does this have to do with anything?

Well… maybe nothing.

Or maybe it’ll give you an insight into something important.

I can’t promise anything.

But I do know, based on what I read and hear every. Single. Day… some of you need to know this. That’s no exaggeration – I say need and I mean it. Without it, you could lose a lot.

One day, I’ll probably share this information more publicly.

But not for a while.

I’m not sure if you can afford to wait.

So wait, you shouldn’t.

I explain it all in the bonus report for the April edition of Phronesis Accelerator. Getting the bonus report isn’t a question of money – you have to earn it. Only then can you appreciate it and apply what I say.

It’d be easy to read this, smile and nod, then move on.

I’d rather you didn’t.

Anyway, you can read more about what the Phronesis Accelerator program is at the link below. That also tells you how to go about scoring yourself the bonus copy.

It does involve moving fast, though.

Don’t think the deadline is far off, because it’s always closer than you think:


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