BS yourself to functionality

Last week I wrote a few posts about my rule:

“The key in life is to BS yourself to functionality. Lie, cheat and steal yourself to positivity.” -Lou Landau

Whatever it takes to make you more positive.

I got some feedback, and apparently, some people don’t want to hear this.

“No, I don’t agree with it,” one person told me.

Some people seem to have a hard time with lying to themselves.

Is that really the case?

Is negative thinking more true than positive thinking?

Why is it that by the positive thinking you challenge it as not being real.

But the negative BS you accept it as real?


Why is it that when I tell you about Future Truth (see Patrick Bet-David video) positivity, smile to yourself, be grateful, visualize a good future!

Suddenly they are doubtful, skeptical, it’s not real, it’s not reality.

Are you afraid of BS?

Are you scared to lie?

Are you such an authentic person that it has to be a 100% truth, and you can’t see yourself lying to yourself to pump yourself up with positivity?

You feel like you have to see yourself with the part-truth of the negativity…

Why is this less BS than positivity?

So yes!

BS yourself to functionality – lie, cheat and steal yourself to positivity!

Choose your BS wisely!