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#BeHumble: For Some People, “Be Humble” Actually Means “Be Quiet”

So, you’re working toward achieving some pretty lofty goals. Whether you’ve received a promotion at your job, you’re working toward that big promotion, you’re working to become an actor or actress, you’re on your way to buying your first home, or … Continue reading

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#ImposterSyndrome: How I Sometimes Confuse This With Humility

No matter how strong of a person you think you are, there are few things in life that are worse than to be told by someone that you are not good enough. One thing that is worse? When you tell it … Continue reading

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#Success: Why You Should Talk About It As Often As You’d Like

Yesterday, a Facebook friend posted this on her timeline, to the effect: “You are more likely to reach your goals if you don’t talk about them.” I wasn’t really sure if that was sarcasm or meant to be serious. I … Continue reading

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#VeteransDay: Why I Don’t Feel I Deserve Free Meals or Free Anything Else

This morning, my family and I went to Denny’s. My wife and I decided that since they would be offering free meals for veterans today, it would be a good idea to go. Plus, the one we go to is … Continue reading

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#Screenwriting: Why I Will NEVER Say That I Am The “Best” As a Screenwriter, Even After I’m Successful

Don’t get me wrong. There is absolutely nothing wrong with a person saying or even feeling that they are the “best” at what they’re doing. Confidence is never a bad thing. You don’t necessarily have to actually be the best in order … Continue reading

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