Learn The Joy Of Imperfection
- There are no requirements for this course
Too many people are trying to be something they're not, and this grinds them down.
Regardless of how hard they try, and regardless of how much effort they put in, they simply aren't happy, nor are they fulfilled. There's always something missing. They feel incomplete, flawed and weak.
Learn how to live a more meaningful and contented life by embracing your flaws!
With this video course:
You are going to understand the importance of Personal Contentment.
You will learn to identify the 8 mindsets that work to hold us back and drag us down.
You will understand what self-acceptance is.
You can begin to understand your base of strength and competency.
You are going to learn exactly how to live your life based on what matters to you.
8 Mindsets that Crush Personal Contentment
Choosing to Accept Yourself is Not a Cop-out
If You Don't Accept Yourself, Who Will?
Self-acceptance is Crucial to Self-Respect and Self-Love
The Foundation of Acceptance: Letting Go of Harmful Perfection
Honestly Acknowledge Your Flaws
Quit Apologizing For Your Flaws
Turning Your Flaws into Assets
Know Your Limits
Learn to Move on
Who this course is for:
- For you that wants to learn The Joy Of Imperfection
I was born in Sri Lanka but grew up in Sweden after being adopted by my Swedish parents. Following high school in the US, I went on to study at University in Australia, where I achieved a degree in Business.
Today, I am back living in Sweden, where I work for MBD Financials as CEO. I have always had a love of writing and for non-fiction in particular, was awarded International Book award 2020 and 2021. Now I spend a lot of my free time writing scripts, perfecting my art.
When I have time to relax, I enjoy going out with friends and seeing my family. I also love to travel whenever possible and am involved in charity work, constantly reminded by the Dalai Lama quote -
''Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.''
In the future it is my burning ambition to trek to Mount Everest's base camp and perhaps even attempt to climb the mountain itself one day.