And let's face it, the Italian is no stranger to a bit of egomania
James Nesbitt's latest starring role sees him playing a charismatic neurosurgeon who has a healthy dash of egomania
and rather a lot more hair than he had in Murphy's Law.
Yet the absence of trash's humorous distancing is turned to advantage in the oppressively gloomy and gothic but very seductive film Egomania
(1986), which features one of the first appearances of a young Tilda Swinton.
An agent has to pander, coerce and gently intimidate souls that are filled with self-serving ambition, chronic self-doubt and boundless buckets of vomit-inducing egomania
Much of the celebrity activity on social networking verges on the emotional see-saw between egomania
The beauty of the impostor syndrome is you vacillate between extreme egomania
and a complete feeling of: 'I'm a fraud
But there's a nagging feeling that as special a manager as you are, your egomania
will rule you out of going down in football's history as the greatest.
Both Pietersen and Keane seem to have embarked on a mission to settle scores with friends and foes and engulfed with egomania
The psychological profile of the individual in question was less one of greed than egomania
Infighting, manipulation and occasional egomania
are stock weapons in trade amongst some of the Birmingham elite, and probably everywhere else in the business world for that matter.
By incorporating the tenets of the Five Percent with traditional African spiritual systems, science, and cosmology, X Clan makes it clear that the inherent divinity of Africana peoples is not an expression of neo-religious egomania
but a reality that is as ancient as the African self.
In spite of his egomania
(true or feigned, often boasted), there is humility in his Black Box, as if he were saying: Duchamp is the real messenger and I, Ben, am only acknowledging receipt of his telegram and passing it on.