If Simon really wants to improve and transform himself, the first step is to become aware of the weaknesses which may be holding him back and preventing his evolution: his preference for illusion, his hypersensitivity, his emotionalism, his lack of self-confidence, and his guilt.
Simon Pryce has a good balance between his need for movement and his tendency to be sedentary. He is just as likely to adapt to situations which require outbursts of initiative as to those which demand patience and perseverance.
Simon Pryce sometimes senses 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.
Simon Pryce sometimes is too impulsive and unrealistic in his efforts to accumulate wealth and social power. Although he engages in life with enthusiasm and confidence and would be capable of developing some truly innovative social concepts, he is held back by his somewhat scattered behavior. He tends to spread himself too thin, juggling so many different activities that he struggles to cross the finish line at times.
Simon Pryce often feels incomplete in his emotional relationships. He feels as though some vital ingredient is missing, so he flits from partner to partner without ever satisfying the elusive and mysterious need he feels. Sometimes he feels alienated because his feelings do not seem to resemble those of the people around him. He may feel baffled by the complexity of his inner feelings.