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Why I think you’re awesome.

How to reduce the size of your problems.
Self-love vs Narcissism
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Why I think you’re awesome.

It’s not because you don’t make mistakes. We all do. That’s how we learn. It’s not because you haven’t occasionally come across in a way you didn’t intend. We all do that, too. It’s not because you’re always friendly, always generous, or always think of others before yourself.

The fact is, we’re all a work-in-progress and no one is perfect.

The reason I think you’re awesome is because of what I know you are capable of.

I know how you can make someone’s day simply by showing them appreciation.
I know how you can change a life by offering friendly advice and encouragement.
I know how you can improve upon the things you want to work on just by making them more of a priority in your life.

Perhaps it’s your fitness, your diet, or your relationships.
Perhaps it’s all three.

I know there is an incredibly powerful person in you capable of achieving far more than you ever thought possible. A person who, by striving to add just a little more positivity and kindness to the world each day, motivates and inspires others to do the same.

That person is awesome. That person is you.

"Why I think you&039;re awesome" by Zero Dean

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How to reduce the size of your problems.
Self-love vs Narcissism
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