On Fulfilling Your Potential

by | Feb 21, 2019 | General | 0 comments

I hate the word ‘potential’ because it serves as an annoying reminder of everything that one can be but has not yet become. For the emotionally charged, it hits a raw nerve.Yesterday, as I read the book ‘Die Empty’, the word ‘potential’ reared its ugly head again.

This time, it was defined as ‘unproven hypothetical value’. That definition in itself just hits you with no apologies.It reminded me of a book I read 15 years ago, ‘Discover your hidden treasures’ by Sola Fola-Alade’. It was there I first read that the richest places in the world are indeed not the diamond mines of South Africa or the oil fields of Iraq but the graveyard, where many have left this world without fulfilling their dreams.

They died with their unwritten books, unspoken words, unticked bucket lists. They died never fulfilling their potential.Why spend your whole life, not living your own life?For many years, I have believed that your career life is the most important part of your life because it is in essence what you do, day in day out.

If you spend it doing everything you don’t like, then you are obviously spending your days in utter misery.You deserve to fulfil your career dreams and fulfil your career potential. If you don’t know where to start, I can help you in the same way I have helped so many people.I have put together a practical guide to changing your career via my book ‘Change Your Career’.

So, whether you are starting your career, changing career or simply want to increase your earning potential, this book was written for you.It reveals 10 proven strategies that when executed, guarantee you a quicker and successful career change.To order a copy in most parts of the world. Paperback or ebook
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