IBM* Reboot(*Introvert Boomer Male) As an Introvert Boomer Male, I don’t feel mature, and I don’t feel like my life is over. I’m just mystified. When did I make a decision to relax? Why did we not learn from the Stoics, the Greeks, or the Code of Bushido, how to live a healthy and good life?. Leave it to semi-frauds like Napoleon Hill to make you feel like a failure if you can’t think and grow rich. As a rule, self help pablum typically makes us all feel like failures when we can’t move in some self-anointed guru’s footsteps. Possibly more than once. Beneath all the optimistic thinking shams lies a rank feeling that possibly you’re not good enough. Life gets in the way of living a wonderful life. I have come to be way too critical of my problems while forgetting past successes. I want to compare my lot in life to others I have known. It’s time to look at past “failures” as learning experiences. Lost opportunities are simply lost. Most people look for validation from other individuals instead of ourselves. Your opinion is as least as valuable as that of others. Value it. Most likely, someone disapproves of our actions, and we take that as gospel. We forget the old adage that opinions are like assholes. Everyone has one. And most of them stink. I choose the IBM* (Introvert Boomer Male) Reboot quite frankly because I am one. New ideas are a dime a dozen. Walking the walk is the mission. We don’t know how much time any of us has on Earth. Time is of the essence. We’re IBMs dammit. We’re not done yet. Or dead either. Everyone suffers at times from feelings of inadequacy. Let it go. No problem. Every journey begins from your current place and time. I will share tips and techniques and methods and rituals I use to maximize my health, wealth, and relationships. These techniques may do the job for you. They may not. Every individual has their unique set of troubles and self-inflicted wounds. Given enough time and information, we can fix almost any problem. Everyone has their own set of unique problems. Focus on solutions. Here are some of the concerns we will handle: 1. Let a life reboot lead you to your vision for your future. 2. Let go of the perception that you are not good enough. You have all the tools you need to prosper. 3. Learn to have faith in yourself and create a group of people around you who share your trust. 4. Fear of rejection and uncertainty can paralyze good people. Get over it. 5. Being the best IBM you can be does not mandate comparison to others. Fully concentrate on your own unique strategies. 6. Break the cycle of self-defeat and lack of success that is causing you pointless pain. 7. Multitasking is out. Focus on one small improvement at a time. 8. Fix your personal relationships. Drop friends and acquaintances who drain your energy. Run from women who are sucking your soul and finances dry. If you are stuck in a bad predicament, this report will help you move on. Rebooting your life is exciting and challenging. I hope you will disclose your experiences. Author Resource Box:Chaz Lammhttp://chazlamm.com If you happen to be an introvert, male, and born between 1946 1964, you are one among us. Join us at http://introvertboomermale.com.