Ego Is The Enemy examines, and shows us how to tame and overcome, what is often our biggest obstacle in life: our own egos. It teaches us how to get out of our own heads and see ourselves from a distance. It tackles how we often talk about doing something, and never get around to actually doing it (It’s easier to talk about an activity or project, to do exciting things related to it, than to commit to the act itself). It explains how we can see past our egos when learning a new skill; if you’re learning to draw, your first few hundred attempts will look poor, and this can make it difficult to learn new skills. Ever gotten constructive feedback on a project, and, even though you knew they were right, still recoiled at the criticism of your work? Ego Is The Enemy will teach you how to overcome this and more. It will help you to improve faster, learn faster, work with feedback, trump emotions with logic, and handle your inner critic. I highly recommend it to anyone interesting in starting or continuing their self-improvement journey.