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Never let someone make you feel small with regard to what you are passionate about or the sensible sacrifices you
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You can literally do anything — even with the best of intentions — and if enough people hear about, someone
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As it turns out, sometimes all you have to do to dial down how much the world irritates you is
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The moment you begin creating content just to feed the machine that is social media, is the moment you become
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You may not be able to do everything, but you can always do something. So rather than bemoan the fact
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If you want to live your life assuming you know what's best for other people's relationships, then you should also
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The problem with good leaders is they often make handling a crisis look easy. And so they don't get as
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Verb your love.
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When you truly believe in yourself and what you intend to do, it matters far less — if at all
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Always keep in mind marketers (and influencers) often seek to exploit people's vulnerability to fanciful ideas by portraying highlights &
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Reminder: You don't have to tell people what you plan to do. You can just do it — or not
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If hate encourages hate, what do you think kindness does? Be kind. Originally published: December 29, 2019

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