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You’ll Never Fulfill Your Potential

And that’s a good thing.

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So many self-improvement articles, videos, and books talk about fulfilling our potential. I even wrote some articles about this subject. It sounds good and it sells well because we all aspire to be something more. To achieve more.

But today I want to look at another aspect of this. There is something I don’t like with the phrasing…




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A French soul with a European heart. We can all learn from each other. Let’s do that here.

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