Introverts and others

You know how we tend to want to put a label on ourselves to define who we are so we can be a part of something? It comforts us, it allows us to feel maybe as if we belong.Well, that label can also be restrictive in fully harnessing our potential. I’ve concluded that maybe allContinue reading “Introverts and others”

What affirmations did you use to overcome Imposter Syndrome, Limiting beliefs, and Achieve Success?

These questions are the result of a podcast I was invited on a few weeks ago. I decided to share my answers in this PODCAST SHOW-NOTES Exclusive. 1. Did you have any limiting beliefs or imposter syndrome?  Growing up, I’ve had many limiting beliefs, and I’ve experienced imposter syndrome. Though, I have found that imposter syndrome cameContinue reading “What affirmations did you use to overcome Imposter Syndrome, Limiting beliefs, and Achieve Success?”

What affirmations did you use to overcome Imposter Syndrome, Limiting beliefs, and Achieve Success?

These questions are the result of a podcast I was invited on a few weeks ago. I decided to share my answers in this PODCAST SHOW-NOTES Exclusive. 1. Did you have any limiting beliefs or imposter syndrome?  Growing up, I’ve had many limiting beliefs, and I’ve experienced imposter syndrome. Though, I have found that imposter syndrome cameContinue reading “What affirmations did you use to overcome Imposter Syndrome, Limiting beliefs, and Achieve Success?”

0 Leadership, to a dear friend

Two friends are speaking to each other about leadership. One wise who thinks before acting, one who takes action but doesn’t think. ——— One claims: “I am the leader, we must do it my way! I’m the leader!” The wise one asks: “What have you done in your life except put potatoes in a panContinue reading “0 Leadership, to a dear friend”

0 Golden Nuggets you’re looking for

“Information used to be as rare and precious as gold. (It is estimated that one weekday edition of today’s New York Times contains more information than the average person in seventeenth-century England was likely to come across in an entire lifetime.”