Building Initial Success Stories for the Future

Jan 12, 2020 1 Min Read
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Initial success stories actually pave the way for future brilliance.

For our first Raise Your Game session of 2020 on BFM; The Business Radio Station, Sarah Waheeda; Learning and Growth Partner at Leaderonomics, shares how your initial success stories pave the way for future brilliance.

This is not just for us as adults, but also for children as well.


At all ages, we learn from our past experiences (both positive and negative) and learn from it in order to be a better person. However, it is the early success that tends to help us in terms of our self-esteem and confidence.

“Everything starts with one step, or one brick, or one word, or one day.” – Jeremy Gilley


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