If you want to improve yourself, the first step is to become aware of the weaknesses which may be holding you back and preventing your evolution. Your overweening ego, your need to show off, your aggressiveness, and your excesses are all potential obstacles to your growth.
Bob Marley often finds himself in a conflict between his desire for social and professional success and his need for a stable, secure domestic life. He is deeply committed to both ideas and does not always succeed in reconciling their schedules and demands on him. Sometimes it feels as though he will never be able to find a balance. However, no job promotion will really satisfy him if he has neglected his most intimate needs and desires. Although it sometimes seems easier to him to climb the rungs of the career ladder out there in the real world, if he merely sacrifices his domestic life, he is only trying to fool himself. He should accept the fact that his domestic life is the true basis and foundation of his development. All his career endeavors and success will be even more rewarding if they are supported by a safe, warm personal life.
Bob Marley has deeply anchored emotional needs. Invariably, he tries to revive these sensations from his personal history, clinging to the security provided by the repetition of a feeling which produced a positive effect in the past. His desire for possession (tangible or emotional) could become a problem, because he may fixate on an object which is negative or bad for him. He will do well to make a conscious effort to overcome this unconscious negative conditioning which may be related to his childhood.