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The Devils Tool Box - Introduction


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Back in January, my new years' resolution this year was to raise the standard. 

I felt like my life really needed an upgrade. 

Life was okay, but I was fed up of never having time, feeling down and just not being as organised and productive as I would like.

Seven months into 2013 and I'm still not where I want to be, but I am content with starting right where I am at and taking the next step to continue to raise the standard. 

I made a point of really applying myself to learn as much as I could in order to help with the rising standard thing.

By far the most important lesson I have learnt this year is that that other guy, Satan, the devil, the force of evil, or whatever else you want to call it..exists and he loves to play games!

I personally, choose to call him the devil, and so that is what I am going to refer to him as for the duration of these posts. 

I'm not going to preach here, you may see the odd scripture in this series, but even if your not of  a religious background, you know that evil exists. 

That age-old battle between good and evil is everywhere. Films, games, books, music..you name it, it's there.

In the next few posts, I am going to unpack some of the more subtle tools that the devil likes to use. 

Raising the standard of your life is difficult when you don't even know where you have set the bar for what you will and won't accept in your life.
This one is about personal growth.

They say that the best way to learn something is to teach it and so I'm going to put myself out there a bit and actually set this whole series up as teaching.

One of the things in the raise, the standard new years' resolution was to build confidence and try new things..so here goes. I'm not even sure I can do this but I will give it a shot.

The first teaching will start on a slightly lighter subject, but something that still needs to be addressed if you are serious about personal growth.

Acceptance.