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What’s Your ‘Why’?

I WAS RAISED TO BELIEVE I could do anything and be anything my mind could imagine. There were no boundaries in my parents’ eyes – and therefore my eyes – so I grew up believing this without question; but also without arrogance.

It came as a startling surprise, therefore, when I began to realise that the world didn’t have the same faith in me;

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