Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday Hardcover – 13 August 2016

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      As in the Obstacle is the way, Ryan holiday delivers practical and inspiring philosophy, this time exploring a powerful concept that runs back centuries, across borders and schools of thought: Ego. Ego is our biggest enemy. Early in our careers, it can prevent us from learning and developing our talents. When we taste success, ego can blind us to our own faults, alienate us from others and lead to our downfall. In failure, ego is devastating and makes recovery all the more difficult. It is only by identifying our ego, speaking to its desires and systematically disarming it that we can create our best work. Organised into bite-sized observations featuring characters and narratives that illustrate themes and life lessons designed to resonate, uplift and inspire, Ego is the Enemy shows how you can be humble in your aspirations, gracious in your success and resilient in your failures. It is an inspiring and timely reminder that humility and confidence are still our greatest friends when confronting the challenges of a culture which tends to fan the flames of ego and encourage the cult of personality at all costs.
      Dimensions 2.6 × 18.1 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Profile Books Limited; Main edition (13 August 2016)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Hardcover ‏

      ‎ 256 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 1781257019

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-1781257012

      Reading age ‏

      ‎ 12 years and up

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 250 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 13.8 x 2.6 x 18.1 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ India

      Net Quantity ‏

      ‎ 1.0 count

      UNSPSC-Code

      55101500 (Printed publications) Report an incorrect code

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      8 reviews for Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday Hardcover – 13 August 2016

      1. Amazon Customer

        Hard truth..I guess this is one of the best books I have ever read.. it’s worth all your time . Answers all questions about success failures and ego..

      2. Nibir biswas

        “Ego is the Enemy” is an enlightening and thought-provoking book that offers valuable insights into the destructive nature of ego and the importance of humility. As a reader of this book, I am thrilled to give it a perfect rating of 5 out of 5 stars for its exceptional content, profound wisdom, and overall satisfaction it provides.One of the standout features of “Ego is the Enemy” is its ability to challenge our perceptions and confront the negative aspects of ego. The author, Ryan Holiday, delves deep into historical events, biographies, and personal experiences to illustrate how ego can hinder personal and professional growth. The book provides a powerful reminder to readers about the dangers of arrogance and the need to cultivate humility.The writing style is engaging and accessible, making complex concepts easy to grasp and apply. Holiday’s storytelling approach, combined with insightful anecdotes and examples, keeps readers engaged throughout the book. The chapters are well-structured and flow seamlessly, allowing readers to absorb the profound wisdom and reflect on its relevance to their own lives.”Ego is the Enemy” offers a balanced perspective on ego, highlighting its potential negative impacts in various domains of life, including relationships, leadership, and personal development. It encourages readers to embrace a mindset of continuous learning, growth, and self-awareness. The book provides practical advice and strategies to overcome the destructive influence of ego, enabling individuals to navigate challenges with greater resilience and humility.In terms of value for money, “Ego is the Enemy” offers a reasonable price considering the transformative insights and timeless wisdom it imparts. It is a valuable investment for anyone seeking personal and professional development, as it provides a fresh perspective on ego and its impact on success and fulfillment.In conclusion, “Ego is the Enemy” is an enlightening and thought-provoking book that challenges our understanding of ego and offers invaluable lessons in humility. With its exceptional content, engaging writing style, and practical insights, it is a must-read for individuals seeking personal growth, leadership development, and a deeper understanding of human nature. If you’re ready to confront your ego and embrace a path of humility, this book is an invaluable resource.Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with the author or publisher of “Ego is the Enemy” and provided this review based on my own experience as a reader.

      3. rajeev kumar yadav

        Paper quality is also superb.

      4. Nadeem

        It is a useful book for ego related issues. The author has explained in details and with examples about how a person can manage his/her inflated ego.

      5. Awadhesh Kumar Tripathy

        A dent hole on back cover till few pages inside

      6. Yash

         Paper quality of book is not look like original book copy

      7. Anupriya Ultratech

        Good

      8. ISHWINDER SINGH

        “Impressing people is utterly different from being truly impressive.”Everyone understands that Ego is something bad, that’s a fact. Nobody likes to be with someone who is self-centred, who puts himself first before anything else. But in this book Ryan Holiday talks differently about the Ego. Yes, he shows the side of his Ego that everyone knows, but he goes beyond. I never thought of Ego as that damned self-flagellating thought that awakens other bad profiles of yourself.There are many healthy ways to massage your ego. We always resort to the easiest one, which is for credit, which is for applause, for recognition… This kind of massage is bad because you think you are becoming more and more successful. You get stuck in a vision that the world can disrespect you at any moment. This is not healthy. There are other ways, such as being result-hungry, that lead us to a not only better but more successful self-image.When we seek to massage our ego, we try to measure our success by ethereal points, such as meetings where we try to impress others or hours and hours of arrogant conversations.The things done in our lives should not be huge monuments that will last forever. This concept is perfect. It is very easy to live for the ego and still deny it for a lifetime. Not understanding the silent consequences of the ego is one of the main mistakes. To understand that the ego will always be there is another mistake. The ego does not disappear. The book says that threatened egoism is one of the most dangerous forces in the world.The trick is to learn from the experience of others. The trick is to do a self-analysis. Personal self-improvement leads to professional excellence and personal excellence. But professional improvement does not lead to personal excellence. Controlling the ego is a construct. It’s not just because we sweep the floor once that will make it clean in the future.

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