Life is hard. Succeeding is harder. And sustaining success is even harder. 

Failure is inextricably linked to success. Steve Jobs succeeded because, at some point, he failed. Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s, was a down-and-out salesman in his early 50s when he chanced upon what would become the multi-billion-dollar fast food industry. The world of business is awash with such stories of ordinary men and women who did extraordinary things. How did they do it?

Each of us has a purpose and a certain set of abilities. However, we are often bogged down by failures and insecurities. The problems may be external, but the solution always comes from within. Extraordinary things only occur when individuals have the capacity to self-reflect, which helps find the strength and ability to do certain things. Our intrinsic courses help participants understand and internalise this truth and find their purpose.

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