I am an ordinary working class man who, at one time or another, has developed some of the most damaging and destructive habits that the human race has created. My education stopped at the age of 16 when I left to work in a kitchen factory for £35 per week so I could afford to get wrecked with my friends on the weekend.
In the conventional sense I have been addicted to alcohol, nicotine, recreational drugs, gambling, pornography, sugar and caffeine. My relationships have suffered through my inability to communicate effectively. I have spiralled into debt due to a complete disregard for money borne out of the fact that I think I am immortal; a problem that has also created a 24/7 take-away lifestyle of a sedentary man. Last, but certainly not least, I have lived an unbalanced life where I have spent far too much time in a career that I hated in the pursuit of money I wouldn’t have even been alive to spend. This commitment to my duty separated me from those that I should have cared about the most.
But that’s all in the past and therefore no longer exists. I’m the changing man. I am wide-awake and I have learned how to create positive and lasting change. I have stepped through the ropes to confront each of those demons and they are all lying on the floor in a pool of their own blood. I have a few bruises myself but ‘you should see the other guys.’
The method that I deploy in my learning is the same as everyone else on the planet, with one exception. I screw up all of the time. That’s how I learn. But I am also authentic about those screw-ups. I am vocal about them, they do not embarrass me and I open them up to debate so others can learn from the mistakes I have made. I love cocking my life up because it always brings more improvements and happiness than sorrow.
I am going to help millions of people change their lives and this means I need to be affordable. It really irritates me to receive education from people who are fighting to save the world and then charges £3,000 for a course in how to do so. It smacks of hypocrisy and this is not me. Instead The NeedyHelper is going to be a franchise for the common man. The people who cannot afford to pay the big bucks are the people I want to help. I am here to help you because I am one of you. I walk in the same pack. So you pay me what you can afford and if you can’t afford anything then you pay me nothing at all.
So there you have it; a nutshell of the man that I am. But if you want a deeper, more thorough examination, then you will find me written all over the pages of the NeedyHelper.
That is who I am, and what this company represents.
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