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Mr. Invisible takes to Social Media to Overcome Shyness and Impact Lives

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Popular social media advocate and online entrepreneur, Eric Feng, reveals how he used social media to overcome his shyness and leverage his online celebrity status to make money

Mr. Eric Feng has grown in a relatively short while to become a popular figure on the internet, using his influence to positively impact the lives of millions of people and families across the globe. In a recent interview, the social media celebrity revealed his somewhat humble beginning and how the internet helped him to overcome his shyness.

Eric revealed that he was shy, scrawny, and overly self-conscious as a child and would often get overlooked at social gatherings, even when his input was needed. Consequently, he was nicknamed Mr. Invisible by his longtime best friend. However, the once shy Mr. Invisible with a passion for teaching seems to have hidden behind a veil that has helped him cover his shyness and subsequently widen his reach to millions of people in different parts of the world.

During his first few years as a corporate trainer, an occupation he embraced due to his love for teaching, Feng expectedly struggled due to his relatively young age and inexperience. Consequently, many people were reluctant to hire him, with Feng finding it difficult to manage his adult participants for those that gave him a chance. The rejection from his students did not do well in helping his confidence, with the remuneration also making matters worse. However, thanks to the support of his dad, an old taxi driver, Feng was able to keep the family going.

The turning point was Feng’s meeting with Ron Kaufman, an experienced public speaker with global recognitions. Ron could relate to Feng’s situation and his life-changing advice was the game-changer for the social media influencer.

Sticking to Ron’s advice, Feng decided to work hard to become “a somebody,” ditching traditional media and using social media to pursue his dreams. Social media allowed Feng to express himself without the fear of being rejected by anyone. Leveraging the freedom that comes with social media, Feng grew his fanbase, with his fans finding him, following him, and celebrating him.

The once Mr. Invisible Mr. Feng now has a global following with more than 140,000 followers on Facebook and global speaking career.

Today, Eric Feng travels the world to teach others like himself how to harness social media to become a respected figure in their industry and attract their dream customers and use their influence for good.

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Successful & Proud: How to deal with success shaming according to Global Celebrity Life Coach Myke Celis

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The unreasonably common notion of success shaming has dominantly started to enter in our society where ridiculing and berating someone for their success based on assumptions and envious guilt has practically become habitual. The current usual mindset of shaming someone with a thought of “singling out” their opinions with criticism is rife. The surprising fact is, that, sometimes one is unaware of that guilt and envy in them, which has overshadowed their true sides. The one who casually comments, “I despise how easy it was for her to get money without working hard” would never deny the money won by the lottery.

Global Celebrity Life Coach, Myke Celis, popularly known as the Unicorn behind the highly popular international coaching brand, #BestMeEver,  talks about how success shaming and has unknowingly become a part of life. Myke says, “Nowadays with the rise in social media usage, people tend to be more critical about others as they continuously compare themselves and their space. On that note, even if a person posts about an achievement or a personal milestone in his life with good intentions, others are quick to judge and make that person feel bad for actually thriving in his space, based on how they perceive their space and the status quo.”

Celis as a professional, Certified Global Master Coach for Life Coaching, Neuro-Linguistic Programming & Timeline Therapy is currently thriving as a global expert in self-empowerment to help people be comfortable with themselves and their success. As he focuses on the current issues of online bullying and success shaming, he mentions how it has drastically evoked changes in self-confidence where he strives to illuminate others with his experiences and mentoring to lead them to their own #BestMeEver. He says, “Don’t ever feel guilty for being successful because you deserve that success. The greatest disrespect you can do to yourself is to believe when others say that you are not deserving or that it shouldn’t be done. Your success and happiness are what matters most at the end of the day. It’s all about you.”

Currently, Myke has numerous coachees and mentees under his stable who are composed of celebrities, highly successful people and top executives from various parts of the world. With his experiential journey in coaching and mentoring countless people of different genders, age, cultures and races, he highlights the most common age group who strangle themselves with the idea of success shaming are teenagers who are constantly in the quest to secure high standards of swanky online life. Celis, the international best selling author of 5 inspirational titles explains, “Every single time I would give a talk to high school students, this issue comes out. Evidently, they are pressured because of what they see or notice in their usual surroundings. I always tell them to just focus on their journey,  redefine what success means to them and commit to themselves accordingly.

Myke Celis, who’s now making waves worldwide with his numerous speaking and coaching engagements,  believes celebrating success or accomplishments should not be a source of shame; in fact, it is the people who “choose” to see things with insecure perspectives who should rethink their ways. He further emphasizes the idea of self-empowerment as, “I think people should learn how to mindfully appreciate the success of others while working on their own without comparing negatively. That’s the way every story, from everyone in this world, becomes inspiringly empowering.”

Seen to be the next big name in life coaching from Asia, Myke Celis continues to grow his influence worldwide inspiring people globally to embark on their journey to self-empowerment and allow them to be comfortable with their success, no matter what other people may say or how they may react towards it. “Own your success because you fully deserve it. Don’t let others make you feel otherwise.”

As an International Subject Matter Expert, Celis has this to say to put a stop to success shaming in general:

“Instead of finding faults in the success of others, focus on finding ways you can uplift yourself. Understand what can you learn from them, what can you apply, what can you do differently so that you can celebrate your own success alongside those who have been successful before you. The world becomes a better, happier place to live in as we support each other”

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