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Sherlock Holmes has Professor Moriarty
Superman has Lex Luther
Tweety Bird has Sylvester

Everyone has an arch-enemy in their lives. The arch-enemy forces you to be better at what you do. You learn to think faster and push yourself farther due to your arch-enemy.

Who is your arch-enemy? Think about that question for a moment and you will come up with a name.  Who is it that comes to your mind?

  • Was it that kid in your grade 5 class that always beat you in the races?
  • Was it the student that always did great in the class and stayed ahead of you?
  • Maybe it is a business person that is one step ahead of you?

We are here to tell you the truth…your arch-enemy isn’t any of them. Your arch-enemy is there staring at you each time you look into a mirror. That’s right, your arch-enemy is you!

We are not talking some Dr Jekyll, Mr Hyde issue. We are not thinking that you have gone crazy and become like Batman’s villain Two Face and you are talking to yourself.

Think of the roadblocks that keep getting in your way of success. Who puts them there when you really think about it? You do!

Think of the fear that grabs you as you are finally getting where you have always dreamed of. That fear is put in you not by anyone else other than you!

Here is the great news. In the story, be it a literary classic, a comic book or a screen play, the arch-enemy always loses to the hero. The arch-enemy might come back down the road. The good news again is that they  will once again be vanquished bu our hero.

You are that hero!

Put your arch-enemy in their place and move forward to the next level of success! There is nothing stopping you, other than you!

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Chadalyst – There is always something missing from the villain’s plan and the super hero always wins in the end. Find the weakness of your arch enemy and come out victorious!

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