People tend to wear the mask that shows them off in the best possible light--humble, confident, diligent. They say the right things, smile, and seem interested in our ideas. They learn to conceal their insecurities and envy.
If we take this appearance from reality, we never really know their true feelings, and on occasion, we are blindsided by their sudden resistance, hostility, and manipulative actions.
Fortunately, the mask has cracks in it.
Listen as Bryant talks about how to find these cracks, see people for who they really are, and disguise yourself with the situation calls for it.