How Arrogance Kept Me From Success

October 11, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More












I didn’t used to think I was very arrogant, until I realized that I was. (Which is usually how that works right?)

I don’t know if it was all about control, power, fear or ego, but I basically have tried to strong arm my success…and man, my arm got REALLY tired.

I LOVE it when I get clear on my weaknesses, so I can address them and change them! It’s like fireworks going off in my brain and I will never be the same after making this ONE connection! I am still improving the application of this knowledge, but I am really making some progress!

I have been learning and growing (just like I hope all of you are), over these last six months especially. I want to share some of my KEY insights and experiences with you.

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I would love to hear your comments! On what you are looking for clarity? Have you ever been like me, thinking you really could do everything and be everything to everyone? What have you learned to change that habit?

Love & Light,


Category: Blog, The Sum of Me

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Tamarah Bartmess is a wife, a mother, a life long learner and entrepreneur. Her mission is to empower women to become advocates for their own health through knowledge about their body, mind and spirit. She especially loves to educate on the benefits of essential oils for supporting the body's health. Tamarah is a Certified SimplyHealed® Practitioner. In her one on one coaching and energy healing sessions Tamarah provides a simple way to experience greater confidence, clarity and contentment in your personal, professional and home life. *The information I share on this website is intended to be for informational purposes only. Nothing I say is intended to provide a professional medical diagnosis or to recommend any particular course of treatment, nor cure any diagnosis provided by a professional physician.*

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  1. Anna Warne says:

    Thank you for paving the way for me. I agree, I tend to have too many things happening at once, but I’ve been tying I simplify more. Many good points and I know it’s heartfelt and that you practice what you preach.

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