My name is Chris Miller.
I’ve been through some miserable lows and blissful highs in life, and plenty of unremarkable time in between.
I wanted to know why it seems so hard to control my disposition and continue living on the happier side of life.
I’ve come to realize that most people, including myself, tend to focus on satisfying their present needs instead of working on achieving long-term happiness.
Long-term happiness should be our ultimate aim. Many may have this goal in mind, yet they’re not making concrete steps to attain it. Instead, they live their lives just scraping by and trying to avoid short-term misery.
But trying not to be miserable is not the same thing as being happy and fulfilled in life. It’s a short-sighted and mediocre way to live.
Your daily choices and decisions will ultimately add up and bring you closer to a better future. I want to show you how to live each day with optimism and purpose in order to open up your future to infinite possibilities.
Relentless Man serves as your guidance to steer you in the right direction.
You will not agree with everything written here. Some of what you read will hurt.
If you follow these methods you will learn to remove the programming and ideas that are holding you back.
You will be challenged to take action and to rise above the masses. Some people in your life won’t like this.
It’s up to you to decide if you want to keep conforming and keep everyone else happy or if you want to stand up for your own happiness.
I look forward to sharing this information with you and hearing about your progress as well as your interesting insights in the discussions here.
I’ll see you around.