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The First Step is Always The Hardest

But we are all greater than what we think we can be

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The big kid looked sullenly at the floor. It was obvious that his mother’s words bit him to the bone. Angela Eimer flashed him a challenging grin, “So, we doing this, or what?”

This year, I had the great pleasure of meeting Angela Eimer. We spoke about the many self-limiting beliefs people impose on themselves and their children.

She then told me an incredible story, a story which I have the immense honor, and pleasure, to present before you today.

Remember, we are all greater than what we think we can be.

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Teacher Kean is a HRDF-accredited parenting and teacher's trainer. He helps hundreds of parents and teachers bring up happier, healthier and successful children via classes and coaching. He is also a licensed Headmaster who love to create parenting videos and comics. Follow him on LinkedIn.

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