I don't agree with this analysis. I mean, I'm not saying we aren't sinners... we all are. I'm also not saying we can earn our way into Heaven by doing more good things that bad... we can't.
I don't like that he phrases lie #1 as saying it's a lie that "you're a good person." I don't think God ever intended for us to be filled with self loathing by saying we're bad people. We're sinners, yes. We're weak, yes. We will mess up, yes. This is why we need the Savior... But God loves each of us individually, and that means we're of worth, and have goodness in us as the children of our Heavenly Father. We don't need Salvation because we're bad people. We need Salvation because we're sinners, imperfect and human... But if we weren't worth saving, the Son of God would not have suffered and died for us.
As to the second lie... I agree people like to perpetuate the myth that there are no consequences for our sinful existence, but it has less to do with punishment and more to do with the fact that sin literally separates us from God, such that when we're dirty from our sin we cannot bear the light of His presence, and we need to be cleansed by Salvation to return to Him.
I like what this video is trying to do, but I think he got it wrong.
"He who takes offense when no offense is intended is a fool, and he who takes offense when offense is intended is a greater fool."
"Don't take refuge in the false security of consensus."