So many individuals and companies struggle to reach their potential to grow a continued repeated success purely because of the inability to recognise talent over experience, or sadly for many companies the directorship dictations own insecurities refuse to recognise this natural engine for success because of individual in house competitive ego.

Today is your day of self-recognition and time to take a stock check of your self-worth. Get yourself a pen and paper and for each of the questions you are about to ask yourself you will mark yourself from 1 to 10, with 1 being: not at all and 10 being: absolutely in every given way possible.

Looking at yourself in the mirror ask yourself out loud these following questions and then mark each individually out of 10:

I have met so many individuals that without knowing are holding back on the success of their business and life’s purely because they feel they are too inexperienced to be the success they are aspiring to be.

I AM WHO I AM: I have heard this line used so many times to cover up what is really “I AM WHO I HAVE BECOME” is there a difference between the two? They read almost as the same emotion, but look a little closer and you will see they are miles apart.

We humans tend to over exaggerate our loyalty to our honesty, we are populated by our own inherited false feelings.  Here’s the thing,  we often call animals dumb when in truth it’s us humans who are dumb, because we may for the most case have a perceived greater understanding of practical intelligence but are we emotionally more intelligent that most animals, it’s definitely a question worth asking.

Debs and I have articled many times over the years about the ownership of oneself. A child comes into this earth being temporarily owned (all be it full time) for the first quarter of its life or there about by whom society deems as the child’s parents, or at least in the perfect world it’s claimed to be that way, holding legal status over the child’s choices and decisions for many of the early years. Now, here is the crazy thing, as an employed adult if you were responsible for the running of machinery worth millions of pounds, or employed a working role with a legal position of responsibility that dictated the long term emotional stability of the country, then it’s inevitable you would be expected to have undergone training or studies beforehand that will allow for that responsibility. So my question being where is the same invested studies and training for parenting. Let’s not be egotistical here and go with the first reaction of “who the hell is Paul Rees to tell me I need parenting training” Im not there, but us mam and dad humans are far from perfect.