The way you carry yourself will often determine how you are treated: in the long run, appearing vulgar or common will make people disrespect you. By acting regally and confident of your powers, you make yourself seem destined to wear a crown.

As children, we start our lives with great exuberance, expecting and demanding everything from the world. I bet everyone especially Kenyans associate with this. This generally carries over into our first forays into society, as we begin our careers. But as we grow older the rebuffs and failures we experience set up boundaries that only get firmer with time. As we expect less from the world, we accept limitations that a really self-imposed. Well folks all this can change if we believe we are destined for great things, our belief will radiate outward, this outward radiance will infect the people around us, who will think we must have reason to feel so confident. People who believe in their own greatness tend to have a self-fulfilling prophecy. The trick is simple: Be overcome by your self-belief. Even when you know you are practicing a kind of deception on yourself, act like a king. You are likely to be treated as one.

One way to emphasize your difference is to always act with dignity, no matter the circumstance. Dignity, in fact, is invariably the mask to assume under difficult circumstances: It is as if nothing can affect you, and you have all the time in the world to respond. This is an extremely powerful pose.

Finally, to reinforce the inner psychological tricks involved in projecting a royal demeanor, there outward strategies to help you create the effect. First, always make bold demands, set your price high and do not waver. Second, in a dignified way, go after the highest person in the building. This immediately puts you on the same plane as the chief executive or whoever you are attacking. A simple strategy for career Kenyans: By choosing a great opponent, you create the appearance of greatness. Third, give a gift of some sort to those above you. By giving your patron a gift you are essentially saying that the two of you are equal. Remember: It is up to you to set your own price. Ask for less and that is just what you will get. Ask for more however, and you send a signal that you are worth more. Even those who turn you down respect you for your confidence, and that respect will eventually pay off in ways you cannot imagine.

Mohammed Ali proclaimed that he was the worlds greatest, carried himself like the greatest and in the end we all believed and we all came to believe so. Indeed he was a legend. His Legend Lives On



He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life

float like a butterfly, Sting like a bee



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