The only thing else competing with or even supplementing our self-sabotage is our ability to ignore real issues while focusing on the most minute details and our collective need to blame the victim...
One may argue that some people will find fulfillment by doing or achieving things that was said to be beyond their reach; but what happens when it becomes the bane of your existence?
The Yeses* that you said yesterday were based on your beliefs at the time, which was a function of the amount and quality of information you had. If today, however, you’ve gained more or better knowledge or basically just had cause to change your belief or previous opinions, it is actually alright for you to do so.
Hardcore ads now almost seem like a nuisance and consumers will pay to have those ads removed from their channel. This leaves marketers with the assignment of finding new ways to entice consumers and that is where content marketing comes in.