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A couple of months ago, I attended a Meetup for Life Coaches at a coffee shop in Chicago and somehow left my wallet at the counter when I paid for my drink. I did not notice my wallet was missing until five hours later, by which time I was back home.
Having personally spent nearly six years preparing for the London 2012 Olympic Games, the event, and its motto "Citius, Altius, Fortius" (Faster, Higher, Stronger), means something deeply to me. Indeed, it resonated strongly in my role as Head of Recruitment for the London Organizing Committee. It can impact your recruitment strategies, too.
When we're so focused on pleasing others in hopes to avoid being criticized or rejected, that's when we ignore ourselves -- and the most important relationship that we have in this world is the one that we have with ourselves.
Today I want to share the three life lessons I learned by skydiving from 18,000 feet and how you can apply them to your life.
I am here to shine light on these societal expectations and bring you an honest, messy and perfectly imperfect recap from the top ten lessons I learned my first year as an entrepreneur.
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