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doubt

0 In Decision Making

Having An Internal Point Of Reference Makes Decision Making Easier

I visited my friend Zita, recently at a tiny beach town in Mexico, called Sayulita. She was chatting at a dinner about her recent trip to Las Vegas, and how when she told her friend about the trip, the friend said immediately, “You are so lucky you are in party central.” My friend quickly informed her that she sleeps early and has no intention of going to any parties, drinking, or clubbing at all. Her friend was so disappointed in…

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0 In Doubt/ Podcast

[Ep 6] Doubt Walks Besides Me Constantly, But I Don’t Falter

Doubt Is My Friend Now In this episode, I’ll be chatting about the concept of doubt and how it will stay with you forever and ever. It isn’t something that only occupies the unsuccessful; it is something that pervades every soul on this planet, no matter how successful they are. Even the most influential people! People might be at the pinnacle of success, but they are still going to wonder, ‘Am I an imposter? Do I even know what I’m talking…

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