I was just chatting with a few others in the cbox yesterday when I was reminded of how important it is to recognise and acknowledge one’s self limiting beliefs. Recognising and acknowledging that it’s a problem is probably the first step towards doing something (as opposed to just talking) about the problem. After all, if you do not see that there is a problem, you won’t spend an iota of brain power to solve it. In other words, after much talking, it’s back to square one if you don’t think that it’s a problem.

I immediately thought of the times when I first started out as a full time private tutor. You cannot believe how many nay-sayers there are that told me I should be getting a proper job. My parents are also saying that I should be getting a full time job until they sort of gave up a …