See how much metal means to my husband and I:
|Even on our wedding day, we threw up the horns.|
Let me directly quote C.J: "If you truly want to live a fulfilled life, then you must focus on personal development not purpose development. This is why I don’t care too much for the term “self-help”. The idea of self-help makes you sound like a victim or patient: you need help to get out of the illnesses of life.
Personal development basically says, “I have talents, abilities, interests, passions, and characteristics that I must develop in order to experience true and lasting fulfillment while leaving an impact on this world.” Big difference." ~From the article Happy as Hell
And this is why I fucking love it. It's just plain, simple truth.
This guy speaks to me on the level I need to be spoken to. He's the life coach of my dreams. He doesn't talk down to folks. Doesn't throw flowery language around, and doesn't hold back. He's fucking metal! *Plays air guitar* So his advice says it straight! When you want to get your shit together, you need the right motivation to do that. For me, Metal Motivation is the right kind of motivation.
Because everyone needs that one friend who won't sugarcoat things for you. Who will tell you exactly what you're messing up in your life and give you practical advice on how to fix it. I am usually that friend for my friends, because I've made a TON of mistakes and lived more than my 31 years would lead you to assume. But I need someone to be that friend for me. Someone who knows I'm not perfect and don't have all the answers. Sometimes I just don't, even though I wish I did. It's easier to help someone else then help yourself.
I throw the horns at you sir!