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November 2020

If you feel you are holding yourself back, listen up.  It starts with recognizing it in yourself and others. Imposter syndrome can be defined as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success. ‘Imposters’ suffer from chronic self-doubt and a sense of intellectual fraudulence that override any feelings of success or external proof of their competence. They seem unable to internalize their accomplishments; however successful they are. High achieving, highly successful people often suffer, so imposter syndrome doesn’t equate with low self-esteem or a lack of self-confidence. In fact,

So many people spend their entire life searching for money. That search from money and possessions makes them less aware of all the wonderful things they have around them. It's amazing how many people lose sight of who they are and what they are trying to achieve, either through a lack personal or professional purpose. Let me tell you, there are a lot of billionaires who get to the end of their lives and realise that they wasted their time searching for money. So what's the flip side? What is it

We can talk about purpose, we can speak of vision, and we can talk about goals. But the truth is it's all talk if you don't actually get started and by started, I mean immediately.  Did you know that the research suggests that if you don't start immediately, there is a 90 per cent probability that you won't get anything done at all? That goes to show just how many people talk a big game and deliver little if anything at all.  You must recognise that starting immediately is not enough, it's