The reason I came in here is the fact that today’s guest, Nate Harper, has been giving a great talk on his new book. I’ll be sharing parts of that talk with you later on, but in the meantime, I wanted to give a shout out to Nate Harper and tell you that I love, love, love his book, “The Three Levels of Self-Awareness”.
Nate Harper is the author of the book The Three Levels of Self-Awareness, which I highly recommend. It is a book that explores the subject of how we are aware of what we do. In the book he explains that you are aware of things that are happening in your life, but you are not aware of what you are doing at that moment. It’s that weird kind of self-awareness that comes with not being able to control your actions.
Harper calls this “trying to be a hero,” and he explains that as a result it is very easy to fall into a “victim mentality” when you are trying to achieve your personal goals. Harper uses the metaphor of a character in a movie like the “Hero” in the Wizard of Oz, who is constantly trying to be the hero, and is often defeated by his own egocentricity.
It’s also easy to forget that you are not a hero, and that you really need to be the hero. This is a common mistake made by people who are overwhelmed with a lot of things, such as an extreme amount of work, a lot of bills to pay, and a crazy family. They think that if they get more done, then they are a hero. But the reality is that the hero is someone who gets something done.