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Breaking Inferiority Complex

March 29, 2016

Breaking Inferiority Complex

If you celebrate your differences, the world will, too. Having a low opinion of yourself is not ‘modesty’. It’s self destruction. Holding your uniqueness in high regard is not ‘egotism’. It’s a necessary condition for greatness’, argues illustrious motivational speaker and founder of Sense 101 Life Club, the fastest growing mentorship club in Africa, Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga.

As publisher Malcolm Forbes would put it, too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are. In this lesson, Dr. Kinyanjui teaches that your greatest enemy is yourself. The enemy within is far more dangerous to your dream and your life than the perceived enemies without. What holds us back is neither our past nor our innate abilities, rather, inferiority complex – a low opinion about ourselves.

Irrespective of who broke you emotionally in your past, to move to our next level, therefore, we must break inferiority complex through a deliberate process that has never been so eloquently narrated in the history of mankind. If you are like millions of people around the world, you would stop for nothing less but procure this life transforming product from Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga. Or better still; invite him for an emotional corporate healing session on “Breaking Inferiority Complex.”

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