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As a man who is constantly changing and learning, perhaps the most significant challenge I've beaten back is the ability to control my ego and confidence at will. Another tough challenge was being non-judgmental and it took enormous amount of mental work to do so - if you want to succeed in the social realm one must look at things in a non-judgmental lens...
The next great challenge or habit I'm trying to break is being impartial in my personal life. Being impartial through exterior events such as analyzing other people's experiences or events in general is fine, but in my personal life apparently I'm not being impartial enough (++Canyon girl, if you're reading this then thanks :) ++)
One of the reasons Napoleon Bonaparte and Julius Caesar fell was because of their inability to remain impartial over time. Eventually, their god complex and high levels of narcissism became so blinding that well... - Et tu Brutus? Napoleon wasn't murdered, but he was betrayed by a man who was very close to him... Overall, a plane flies better in clear skies than a stormy clouded one...1