Self-explorer #7 – Maria Rumyantseva, Berlin

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Maria is curious about who she really is, and how she can lead a balanced life. Courageously, she left behind secure jobs and established her own start-ups with the strong will to lead herself into freedom and have a positive impact on the society.

Through the work with the Formies, I have learned to become friends with my inner parts.

I accept myself more as I am – especially my sceptical Mr Mind and my sensitive Her Highness Heart. I learned to laugh about my issues.

My advise to others: “Don’t take yourself too serious. If you accept that you are not perfect (and no one else is), you will feel free and more confident about yourself.”

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