The Confidence Factor: The Wealthiest Place in the World

I remember sitting in the living room with my grandmother as a child as she religiously tuned into Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous with Robin Leach. Sitting in envy as you watch the luxurious life of wealthy people who are extremely committed to their possessions.


Whenever people ask me about connecting their business with affluent clients and decision makers, I question whether they are ready for a new conversation. Don’t judge, but so many people only want to be aligned with success but never take action on any level. I have experienced so much success in my life and as I continue to grow, I realize that the doors to my dreams opened when I decided to live a FULL life without fear.

I took action on every level and created relationships based on my work before building my network. My belief is I do not want to reach my last day(s) on earth with a bucket list of dreams and a limited time to chase my vision. Allowing fear to be the executive of your life and talk you out of your power will cripple your purpose in this moment.

Do it now! Everyday in the world, people allow fear to lead their lives and deny the world of a true gift. Fear is the most powerful emotion and does its best work with your time. On the last day of its presence in your life, regret sets in. So, the wealthiest place in the world exists in your mind. What you see will never manifest until you shift your mind around fear. Once you allow fear to be fed, it will deny your vision the ability to grow.

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Carol Sankar is a business advisor for high level executives, service based visionaries and a leadership expert who is committed to assisting passionate, high-achieving leaders simplify their lives while increasing revenue by becoming productive, not working harder.Carol has been featured in Madame Noire, LearnVest, The Steve Harvey TV Show,, TEDx, Daily Worth, Entrepreneur Magazine and Essence Magazine

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