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A person of value

To thine own self be true
Self-confidence is a byproduct of a stable sense of self-worth.
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One adds far more value to their life by contributing something of value to other people’s lives than they do by seeking to benefit only their own.

Collect value by contributing value.

“Try not to become a [person] of success. Rather become a [person] of value.” — Albert Einstein

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Originally Published on: Jul 17, 2015 @ 16:34

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To thine own self be true
Self-confidence is a byproduct of a stable sense of self-worth.
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