PODCAST: The key to unlocking success may be closer than you think

20 minutes

Too many business people have, essentially, canned themselves like summer berries, putting a lid on their success, says business coach Tasha Chen.

“Your thoughts create,” says Ms. Chen, a native of Jamaica and who tries to spend as much time as possible there. “We have the ability to create our lives. Being grateful and thankful for what we have as well as what we would like to have is an absolute must.”

She says self-imposed “lids” -- negative thoughts that destroy from within -- hold people back from reaching real success.

In today’s exclusive CVBT Audio Interview Podcast via Zoom, Tasha Chen tells how she identified her own “lids” and overcame them and how others are now doing the same thing.

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