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Rivers Corbett, MBA is an award winning entrepreneur, speaker, and author of "13 Fears of Entrepreneurs" He has received numerous business honors including Entrepreneur of the Year, Canada's Hottest Start-ups List and Canada's Fastest Growing Companies list through Profit magazine and most recently recognized as one of Canada's 10 Mentor RockStars.. Rivers is presently a member of Startup Canada's National Advisory Council, founding entrepreneur of StartUP Fredericton & the "Entrepreneur in Residence" at the University of New Brunswick. His real joy and expertise is being a StartUP Advisor and "zagging while everyone else zigs" his two newest businesses ventures the Relish Gourmet Burgers restaurant chain and TheRockStar StartUP for StartUP entrepreneurs. Oh... he is also the leader of a team of over 25 chefs through his other company The Chef Group. Not bad for a guy who hates to cook. Always looking for a new idea to help businesses' succeed...this is his newest marketing discovery for StartUPs The Lyoness Advantage. "Rivers is a 21st century entrepreneur, he's the one to watch" - Jim Gilbert: Canada's Huggable Car Dealer!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

So You Think You are More Important Than Anyone Else?? Yes!!

Who we are should be more important to us than anyone else
in the world!

It's a true statement and especially true in these crazy
global times where it would be so easy to forget who we are
and who we want to be. But let me tell you there is no better
path to great happiness than to be true to yourself first.
you see...if you are comfortable with the person in the
mirror than that will reflect in your success.

And when you think about it...this should be pretty easy
but for most of us...we spend more time thinking how we
look or thought of by other people ...Imagine....trying to
program ourselves to be accepted by others when we are the
person we have to live with 100% of our time.

A person with strong self esteem can move mountains AND
enjoy doing it.

We must not allow other people's limited perceptions to
define us.
Virginia Satir

Here's to Your Success!


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