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Be your own champion when no one else will.

You don't have to grow where you are planted.
Why "follow your passion" is NOT bad career advice.
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You won’t always get the support you want. Your ideas will often be rejected or criticized before they are accepted. Your goals may seem unreasonable or impractical to others.

If this is ever the case, remember this: Sometimes you just have to suck it up and be your own champion when no one else will.

Do this — instead of quitting — and you will accomplish great things. Not because others believe in you, but because you believe in yourself.

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You don't have to grow where you are planted.
Why "follow your passion" is NOT bad career advice.
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