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Expression and success

For a writer, a blank page is a canvas upon which anything can come to life. For a musician, a song is a message to their audience. And for an entrepreneur, the business world is a playground filled with potential.

By Myriam White
Editorial Intern

For a writer, a blank page is a canvas upon which anything can come to life. For a musician, a song is a message to their audience. And for an entrepreneur, the business world is a playground filled with potential.

But too often we get lost in everyday life. There are rules, standards and cultural expectations that prevent us from truly being ourselves. This can lead to a lack of inspiration, which can have an effect on individuality. Breaking free of these restrictions is the first step to realizing our potential.

Self-expression is what defines us and makes us unique. It keeps us moving and evolving. Limiting self-expression might feel safe, but can inhibit ambition. Unveiling the power within strengthens influence. You can create anything you want, without compromise. The risk is just a small price to pay, and the world needs your message, ideas and inspiration.

So do not be afraid to speak up. Transparency is key. Express yourself and let others know what you have to offer. Despite innate feelings of doubt, you do not need permission to speak up and express yourself.

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