Book: Who are you, if you are not YOU? (Series)

Living authentically is the most significant value we can add to our lives. It is akin to celebrating Christmas, or any of your other favourite holidays, every day, complete with a one-of-a-kind, lovingly wrapped present.
But authenticity takes courage: the courage to be unapologetically YOU. The 12 Tips in Who are you, if you are not YOU? (If you are an egg, be a perfect egg; don’t strive to be an eggplant) are designed to help you live your authentic true self. Join me in the next several weeks, as I share these tips with you. Welcome, to becoming the real you.

Sarah Udoh-Grossfurthner

Who are you, if you are not YOU? By Sarah Udoh-Grossfurthner/Buy the book here:


Tip No. 1
You ask: “Of what?”
And I answer: “Of anything, everything, or anyone, that gives you sleepless nights and threatens your peace of mind.”

Let’s face it! Anything, or anyone that causes you to cry bitter tears is not worth your time or the money spent on buying the tissues needed to wipe away those tears.

Letting go is a top priority because if you can’t let go, you can’t grow.

Trying to grow while you are still clinging on to negativity (holding on to a grudge; a cheating, thoughtless, unkind spouse or partner; a conniving, manipulative “friend”; an unappreciative employer; an idea-stealing colleague) is a little like serving a sumptuous meal on a disgustingly dirty plate. No matter how well-prepared or expensive that dish is, it will not taste great.

To be continued next week

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