Getting mentally tough means eliminating psychological delusion from your life, or at least as much as possible. Watch this short video I shot in Dallas after my interview on ABC News and I’ll look forward to your comments.

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Steve Siebold
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.

8 thoughts on “Are You Lying to Yourself?”

  1. Mr. Steve Siebold… God is wanting to talk to you… The Bible is a bully-book? All I can tell you is that something created the whole Universe! Look at how you breathe… to how your heart beats and pumps blood throughout your whole body… Think about it!
    Look out your window and see how the birds fly… squirrels that climb and jump from tree to tree — to a man and woman being able to reproduce an offspring! Do you really think that was by accident or that a bunch of rocks collided together and created all this that is on Earth?
    Remember this! God wants to talk to you… I did not come to you by accident! You can still be forgiven… but you must seek him (God) out… and come to know who Jesus Christ is all about…
    I will leave it at that Mr. Siebold…

    Jimmy Morrell

  2. If I’m going to be mentally tough and speak out against our obesity epidemic then yes, it requires me to remove my emotions, step outside of my own feelings and choose not to get offended when I hear the truth said that fat is ugly. It is. I have no problem hearing or preaching that truth.

    I’m proud to be partnered up with you Steve. It’s refreshing to be aligned with someone who is out there telling the truth and making an impact in our society with your non PC message against obesity.

    Personal responsibility is everything and it applies to everyone.


  3. Great info and quick video! I enjoy learning from you Steve and learning also from everyone else. We do in fact lie to ourselves often, is it to make ourselves think it is okay? Being mediocre is acceptable? We need to change our thinking first, then we can try and help that want to be helped.

    As long as we understand what reality is, no reason why you would not want to improve yourself in all aspects of your life.

    Thanks again Steve!

  4. Mike Michelozzi:

    On this blog you have always tried to see matters from different perspectives. Constantly working toward your goals. That can only be the path of someone who lives a true life.

  5. Keep telling it like it is Steve. Hopefully one day people will wake up and realise lying to yourself is not good enough. Overweight = Problems. Problems for yourself, problems for the people who care for you, and eventuality problems for society.

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