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Will you 'pass-on' your failure or your success to your next generation?

Once in a while, you come across a talk that reverberates with the very spirit of the generation. 

I heard one such great talk in a Ted speech by Larry Smith - Why you will fail to have a great career. In this funny and blunt talk, Larry Smith pulls no punches when he calls out the absurd excuses people invent when they fail to pursue their passions.

In the talk, he explains how we have accepted ourselves to live in a reality created by other where our dreams have little value. It talks about how we have no idea or hope in passion. And it talks about how, UNLESS we choose to change anything, we will pass on our incapacities to our next generation.


It is a great talk and makes you think about which way you are heading. Find Your Motivation. Find Your Purpose. Be sure to watch it here:



Does it feel like success to keep on following a routine as was expected of you by the society?


Dare to create your own success ladder for your dreams and then strive to climb it. 


If you still want to keep living your average life, it is your choice.
But if you do have the spirit to find & live your passion, we know you will succeed.
Don't ever doubt yourself or let your limiting beliefs get the better part of you.



If you need help finding out your passion or putting it in action, find yourself a Life coach. To learn more about life coaching - click here. Your coach will help you find your latent talents and unleash the genius in you.



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