“Know your enemy,” is an ancient military maxim, but have you ever thought about it in a personal sense? Knowing your enemy is just as important today as it was when Sun Tzu said it in the 6th century BC.
If you’re the average American male with a job and a family you might not face combat, but you still have enemies. Don’t get lulled into complacency thinking that you’re not at war. You are. And it’s more important than ever for you to know and understand your enemy.
Here are just a few of the enemies you should expect and prepare to face:
The attractive coworker
The old flame who texted you
The alcohol your hiding from your wife
Complacency in your marriage
Holding on to anger and resentment
Each of these enemies are unbelievably powerful. They each have the power to destroy your life! They are deceptive and highly skilled. They want you to not even know that you’re in a battle. They want you to relax and drop your guard.
If you want to be a man with a great marriage and a successful life, you must know your enemies!