When you are being genuinely appreciated for something, accept it. And if you know you can improve upon what you are being appreciated for, don’t point it out. Just do it.
Everyone is a work-in-progress. That doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t allow ourselves to be appreciated for where we are on our journey.
Just because you’re not on top of the mountain doesn’t mean you can’t be appreciated for the things you’re doing to get there.
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