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Mohsin Sher

Mohsin Sher, a Pakistan’s premier trainer, and motivational speaker, is one of the exceptional people who believe in themselves, strive to survive and achieve whatever they want to achieve.He is a success and life coach and his areas of proficiency are leadership, motivation and personal mastery.A business graduate with major in Human Resource Management, Mohsin Sher has a rare ability to electrify the audience by touching the strings of their hearts. He believes that with passion and dedication anything can be achieved and the biggest example in front of everyone is he, himself.

Mohsin Sher
“I feel like I’m no good. Like I’m just damaged goods. I can’t even put my finger on it. It’s just like I feel… unworthy. I feel see-through, as if people are going to look right into me… and hate what they find. When I asked Nadia how she would
Mohsin Sher
The highest need of 21st century Never before in our history has it been easier to treat people like crap then get away with it. This is because we’ve evolved in very small groups and tribes, typically no more than 150 people. Everyone knew each other. Everyone held each other accountable.
Mohsin Sher
Shyness, (sometimes inaccurately called ‘social phobia’), affects most people at some time in their life. Young people in particular find overcoming shyness difficult as they improve their social skills. And for some, shyness seems to persist into adult life, almost as if it has become a ‘habit’. Shyness has its roots
Mohsin Sher
“I feel like I’m no good. Like I’m just damaged goods. I can’t even put my finger on it. It’s just like I feel… unworthy. I feel see-through, as if people are going to look right into me… and hate what they find. When I asked Nadia how she would
Mohsin Sher
The highest need of 21st century Never before in our history has it been easier to treat people like crap then get away with it. This is because we’ve evolved in very small groups and tribes, typically no more than 150 people. Everyone knew each other. Everyone held each other accountable.
Mohsin Sher
Shyness, (sometimes inaccurately called ‘social phobia’), affects most people at some time in their life. Young people in particular find overcoming shyness difficult as they improve their social skills. And for some, shyness seems to persist into adult life, almost as if it has become a ‘habit’. Shyness has its roots

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MOHSIN SHER | PAKISTAN's PREMIER TRAINER & MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER

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