|About the Book|
PrefaceEvery child over the age of three knows the difference between a truth and a lie, but that line becomes blurred as we grow older and gain more experience. Wading through the murky waters of adult life soon reveals an uncomfortable fact: oneMorePrefaceEvery child over the age of three knows the difference between a truth and a lie, but that line becomes blurred as we grow older and gain more experience. Wading through the murky waters of adult life soon reveals an uncomfortable fact: one mans truth may be another mans lie. How are we as individuals meant to navigate this choppy sea of life without so much as a solid truth to steer by?The answer lies in this book, Truthlies: Life Lessons from the Person Who Knows You Best. No one knows you better than you know yourself, and Truthlies helps you organize the scattered bits of wisdom you have collected from the sages in your life into a clear-cut strategic mentor framework. Step by step, the Truthlies framework will lead you through the process of self-reflection and self-examination to uncover your truths and your lies, to simplify your life, and to find your way to your own Promised Land.Truthlies details my personal spiritual journey. This is the story of how I learned about life. This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the passing of my first strategic mentor, my grandfather. He and the rest of the village of my extended family that raised me filled my waking moments with invaluable wisdom that I am driven to pass along to readers. Drawing upon these teachings and the knowledge I have gained as a college graduate with a background in economics, I weave together financial concepts such as cost-benefit analysis with faith-based teachings to lead readers on their journey to more fulfilling lives.