There was I sprawled out on the sofa of my old childhood home having a quick power nap (something I enjoy quite a lot) with not a care in the world and in walked my late father beaming from ear to ear, arms outstretched & motioning to me for a hug.
This was quite surprising really as he wasn’t given to frequent grand gestures of emotion when he was alive which I suppose made them all that more special when he did demonstrate them 🙂
So I was in the middle of my (cough) manly hug with my dad when I heard a knocking at the door. I opened the door to find a beautiful young Indian woman smiling back at me.
It was at this point that I noticed I was wearing nought but a thin duvet cover worn off the shoulder a-la-Greek God style ( I wish) and the Indian lady began to talk to me.
Now for the naughty minded of you out there I’m sorry to disappoint but the dream didn’t go in the direction you’re probably thinking even though it does sound like a scene from a bad porn movie…erm…I’d imagine 😉
Okay, firstly apologies for that rather crude title but it really does sum up what I want to say in this post.
Remember when you were a small child and your parents did everything for you?
Cooked your meals and fed you
Attended to your every whim
And literally wiped your botty
Well there comes a time in life when eventually you have to learn to do all these things for yourself, it’s part of growing up and learning to become independent so that you can survive in the real world.
You can also see examples of this in the animal kingdom and I always remember a particular wildlife documentary about tiger cubs where the mother provided everything for the cubs for the first few weeks but then after the initial period of providing food and showing them the ropes, the cubs were left to fend for themselves ….and they managed it quite well to be honest.
Humans on the other hand often have great difficulty in letting go and cutting those apron strings. They can really struggle with the concept of independent thought, thinking for themselves and using their own brains to solve problems.
I know it’s been a long time coming but I did promise a few posts ago that I would find a good product and review it for you.
Well I’m pleased to say that I have now done this, just goes to show that apart from all the dross that’s being unleashed onto the market lately there are still some excellent products out there if you know where to look.
If you don’t know where to look then you need a copy of my free report ‘Newbies Beware’. (click to get your copy)
Anyway, back to the product review and I’m pleased to announce that one of my favourite marketers John Thornhill has come up with a cracking little mentoring course.
Watch my quick video review below to see what it’s all about.