So what is authenticity?


To live authentically you need to be in a place of alignment where everything you say and do feels right.

You have to stay true to who you are, what you do and who you serve.

We live in an age where sincerity and unique self-expression are held in high regard.

An age where we need to forge deeper connections with people and, to achieve that, we have to be convincingly honest and authentic.


Finding your authentic self is the key to happiness


To be authentic means to find the key to happiness and success within one’s self, not within society.

It can be difficult being true to who we are when the world dictates how we should live our lives.


What you think of me is none of my business


To be authentic, you have to stop putting other’s needs ahead of your own, and you have to stop compromising your dreams to please others.

It takes courage, honesty, and a desire to be free of other’s opinions.


You are too unique to compare yourself with others


The tendency to compare ourselves to others is as human as any other emotion.

Deep down we’re all a bit insecure about our own worth and so we look around us for a frame of reference to assess how well we’re doing in work, wealth, love and life.

Take into account that we are all just human beings at different stages in our lives, that nobody is perfect, and that nobody is living a trouble-free life.

Your gifts, your talents, your contributions and your value are entirely unique to you and your purpose in this world.

They can never be properly compared to anyone else.

Learn from others’ experiences and be inspired by them, but stay true to who you are and navigate your own path.


Will the real YOU please stand up!


To create meaningful, long-term business building relationships you need to come across as real, confident and trustworthy.

Don’t try to be somebody you’re not because it doesn’t work.

Embrace your true personality type.

Stay focused on your message and your clients’ needs.

Your professional strengths will shine through when you are coming from a place of authenticity.