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Selfish or Selfless – Why “I” is a Truly Empowering Word

What can you uniquely gift for good in the world?

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Who are you?

What do you have within that can you uniquely gift to your family, your company, your community or humanity today?

The unique individual that you are – the “I” – has the ability to…

INITIATE change

INTRIGUE minds

INSPIRE new thought

IMPACT hearts

IDENTIFY opportunities

IMPROVE our world

INSTILL hope, and

INVEST in your boundless potential.

“I” is not a selfish term. You have to go within to determine what you can contribute to the world around you.

“I” can be a truly selfless sentiment, when used to identify what you stand for and gift that for good.

Regardless of who you are or where you are, you have the potential and opportunity to positively impact others.

Look to your unique composite of experiences and extract the value therein – the strategies and lessons that can be adapted by others to help ease their way on the journey of life.

Use what you’ve learned as a foundation for relatability to others AND as a springboard for your personal success and the growth of others.

The only limits to what you can do are those you imagine or impose upon yourself. The fullness of your potential is limitless.

You are shaping your tomorrows today.

How big, bold and beautiful a today will you create?

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