Unmasking Potential

mask-happy-sadUnmasking Your True Potential Requires You To Remove The Mask You May Be Wearing

[su_dropcap style=”flat”]T[/su_dropcap]HERE ARE KEY elements to unmasking potential. Whether it be in your personal life or in your professional life making your potential shine is important.

Breaking out of the day to day grind is part of the reason that you may be having trouble unmasking your true potential. There is a multitude of ways to make your potential shine through. In my workshops or programs to help new business start ups the first place we focus is on unleashing your potential. If you purchased my book, Unleash Your Hidden Potential you have a 13 step blueprint to creating your own business strategy.

What if you aren’t sure about the masks that may be hiding your potential! Then read on; we all have them and wear different ones as we move through our live or day.

Positive Ways To Unmask Potential

Face to face interaction – This is an important part of unmasking your true potential. Getting comfortable in the presence of people is extremely important. This is not only important in your day to day life, it is important in your business career as well. Being around people helps you relax in your own skin. The more you interact the more at ease you are and the other people around you. This is helpful when you must later deal with a problem and want to deliver the best customer service as possible.

People want to know that they can encounter you and have a positive experience doing so. If you find that there is a problem within your business or a customer complaint you are going to need to handle it accordingly. Being relaxed in your interactions will help you solve the issue and while you may refund money, that client may still refer to you because they were treated with kindness.

Having face to face interaction with individuals to try to correct problems and improve business is just one way to help unmask your true business potential. The presidents and CEO’s of some large companies wear a mask both to protect themselves and their business.

However, when they learn to take that mask off and become a little bit more real it helps them move forward and build strong relationships with people.

Learn to use humor – Studies show that people who add a touch of humor to their business tend to have better relationships with their employees as well as their customers. Show people you laugh too. Laughing is said to stave off disease and it’s a great way to unmask your potential because it opens your mind as it clears away stress.

Take off your serious face for awhile and learn to relax. When a person sees that you are comfortable and can make a joke you now become much easier to talk to.

Rob Faust successfully explains the importance of unmasking your potential in this video. He also uses humor to show how your potential can be unmasked and how you can successfully use it in your business in a leadership role.


Dr. Debra Arko Novotny
Dr. Debra Arko Novotny
OUR HEALTH is important to our success as entrepreneurs and business professionals. Dr. Debra Arko Novotny L.Ac, D.Hom. NMP, CHC specializes in helping women not let health, aging, and menopause get in the way of life. As a professional herself, she understands the need for easy ways to cook and stay fit as we age. She’s an expert in weight loss and menopause. She helps women navigate their busy work and family lives. Her simple approach to changing our behaviors and beliefs has helped women for over two decades regain control of their health and life. Dr. Deb is one of the leaders in Body-Mind-Lifestyle Design. She is a Natural Health Practitioner and coach. Debra is an author and speaker in health and business. Deb practices what she teaches. Natural health, Primal eating, and designing your life. In her office, she provides Functional Medicine, Easy Primal Eating, Acupuncture, and acupoint injections [rejuvenative medicine]. Work with her in-person or virtually by via her Websites: Enhanced Living Today, or Denver Acupuncture Health. OR reach out to her by EMAIL or Phone | Office (720) 515-4602. She resides in Colorado with her husband and family.

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  1. This is a good article that points out benefits of removing our masks and letting ourselves be real. It could be fear sometimes that prevents us from doing that, but it could be more because we are so accustomed to wearing them. I like the way you encourage us to strive to be real.