The Amazing Lessons I Got From GL Lambert’s Men Don’t Like Women Like You…
Okay, my latest read this month is the book ‘men don’t like women like you’ by GL Lambert… I must say, when my friend recommended this read to me, I was a bit skeptical and curious at the same. Skeptical because the name of the book was a bit insulting and curious because I wanted to know what the book with a weird name was all about; and I must say I was happy with the book.
So I have decided to write down some lessons I got from the book; which I also think you would find inspiring. Let’s begin then…
Insecurity is the root of weakness because it causes your dominant thoughts to be controlled by the fear of not being good enough.
Nothing bad will happen because bad no longer exists when you understand that you are being controlled by true self who only wants to live life to the fullest.
Other people are only as powerful as you allow them to be in your world. Shrink the thoughts you give them, and you will literally shrink their role in your life.
Be nice to people, be kind, and be considerate all you want, but at the end of the day, never put someone else before you.
You have to remember to remember until you can detach yourself from the impatience, the stress, and the anxiety that will cause you to relapse into the lie that you are the character, not the creator.
Making a man earn you is common sense, but when driven by a fear that the latest Mr. Right will pass you up, you overcompensate. Give him everything for free and watch how you get nothing in return but your time wasted.
You control who gains access to your heart, but the first step is preventing these bums from gaining access to your ears.
Every obstacle in life will fade away once success becomes the only goal allowed to enter your mind.
To know what you want is to open yourself up to getting what you want.
You will spend so much energy investing in a man, trying to understand a man, and putting up with that man’s shit. Is it really because you love him? Or is it because you hate to fail?
Men are little boys. Little boys like to play games. No longer give those people, or anything they did, power over you!
You deserve the affection that you kept trying to pour into others; and the same motivation that you tried to inspire in others. You deserve: the high of happy, without the low of sadness, the joy of being spoiled, without the catch of having to repay. You deserve the relaxation of trust, without the paranoia of betrayal. You deserve to be confident, without the reminder to be humble. You deserve to look at your reflection with eyes of awe, not judgment. You deserve to be held forever, not for a night. You deserve to be first, second, and third. You deserve to have everything you want. You deserve this power. It is who you are and who you will always be. Men don’t love women like you. They worship them.
The book carries a whole lot of lessons, and I would encourage you to get a copy for yourself.