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Your biggest enemy

We often look for enemies from without but the biggest one? 

  • It’s the daily battle with self. That is a challenge we face daily on many fronts
  • It’s fear of failure, putting off the important things that make a difference and being judged are but a few.
  • Don’t blame your parents.

Self mastery is where the magic starts and success happens and every day is a new battle.

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