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The Option of Low-Key Greatness

Successes are the side effects, not the goals of living.

Coaches, lecturers and self-help experts spend a lot of time telling you how to be greater, achieve more, improve your self-worth. I admit I’ve done the same thing in the past, and I’ll probably do it again, when it seems appropriate.

But just for now, just for the next two or three minutes, let’s set aside our to-do lists, our goal sheets and our dream boards. Let’s not talk about goals or achievement at all. No affirmations, no law of attraction stuff, no power-packed visualizations.

Bold New Confidence

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An amazing number of people suffer from what’s called the “imposter syndrome.” Because of it, they feel they are drastically underqualified for whatever roles they’re filling in life, and are usually convinced that they will never, ever measure up.

They are most often a smart and successful person, admired in their profession. But the “imposter” always feels like everything’s a pretense, a mask they wear, and that any moment now, somebody is going to see through them and realize what an inept, incompetent bumbler they really are.

If this describes your own struggles, here’s a recording to help you stop that fear and build up your proper sense of self worth: