Motivation has a serious limitation: it will inspire you to start something but I will not help you to get there. Traditional motivational speakers has always been arguing; if you want to achieve something great, it’s you who should take the 100% responsibility. You should start improving yourself, you should do whatever you need to do, you should do everything it takes to achieve your full potential.

Well, it is not right always.

It often becomes evident that even though we give our 100%, sometimes we fail to achieve our intended outcome. There was no lack in our effort. There is something else that stopped us to reach at our full potential. In this video I am discussing this issue and offering a new perspective to consider. Watch the video here,

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