“Life isn’t about finding yourself. It’s about creating yourself.” — George Bernard Shaw
At your very core lies your “inner core” — an inexhaustible wellspring of potential. This profound essence serves as an inner compass, guiding your path in life.
Your inner core becomes your personal manual, a guiding force, like a trusted driver’s guide, steering your unique process of self-operation.
Imagine living your life as a masterpiece puzzle, with purpose, values, strengths, and passions as the intricate pieces that, when assembled, create the extraordinary canvas of your existence.
Seeking a solid base to embrace both work and life more skillfully, and to continually amplify personal growth, I explored ancient wisdom and modern science to unearth the untapped potential within us all.
The cornerstone of my philosophy is the belief in aging with improved wisdom, channeling knowledge into insight, insight into action, and ultimately, actionable wisdom.
This approach is personal, enduring, and vibrant; it’s the embodiment of “Living Your Process,” which truly signifies living from the inside out.
Throughout over two decades of coaching high performance at Microsoft, I’ve employed this approach as a key tool in my toolbox. Time has validated its effectiveness, as it has empowered countless individuals to cultivate a solid inner core.
To put it succinctly, “Enhance your inner core, and you’ll magnify your outer outcomes.”
Why Live Your Process?
I’m an advocate for embracing the concept of “living your process,” which can be rephrased as prioritizing your approach over mere outcomes.
To clarify, I’m not discrediting the value of results; they undeniably hold significance.
However, the challenge arises from the fact that you can’t dictate every life event or external circumstance. Instead, what you can control is your attitude and response. It’s a matter of how you navigate and react to situations rather than the situations themselves.
In another perspective, it’s not about the hand of cards you’re dealt, but rather how adeptly you play that hand. Living your process is essentially honing the skill of playing your cards more astutely, both in your professional and personal life.
This journey is underscored by self-discovery and a growth-oriented mindset.
By constructing a robust process for cultivating your inner core strength, you set in motion a powerful cycle that propels you toward improved outcomes.
Simultaneously, this transcends the realm of outcomes alone.
You’re essentially crafting a more enriching and fulfilling journey of growth and achievement, one where you fully embrace your authentic self while continually evolving into the person you aspire to become.
Your inner core becomes the flywheel for your fulfillment.
The Best of What I Know About Making the Most of What You’ve Got
In this article I’m summarizing some of the best of the best of what I know about making the most of what you’ve got and being YOUR best.
This isn’t about perfection or idealistic living.
This is about real living for real people. It’s about unlocking your personal combination for results and unleashing your inner awesome.
If you’ve put other people or their lives on a pedestal, those are nice trophies, but now it’s time to start living the world on your terms, finding your unique strength, and living your values.
Life’s not a spectator’s sport. It’s meant to be lived.
While there’s tons of roadmaps, only you can make the journey.
Pack your bags with your greatest assets (which you’ll find in this post), and head out. When life happens, and you get knocked off your horse, get back on.
Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and carry forward lessons learned.
Life is full of lessons waiting to be learned.
Focus on Your Approach Over Results
One of my all-time favorite quotes goes like this:
“Focus on what you control. Let the rest go.”
The whole idea of “approach over results” or “living your process” is it’s about giving your best where you have your best to give, making the most of what you’ve got, and focusing on what you control over what you don’t.
You can’t control the results (or scoreboard), but you can give your best shot when you get up to bat. In life, you control your attitude and response … and it’s not what happens to you, but how you react.
I like Stephen Covey’s definition of success:
“Success is when the response meets the challenge.”
— Stephen Covey
When you figure out your meta-process and learn how to live your process you transform your experience.
Work and life become platforms for your unlimited potential.
You more effectively explore and expand what you are capable of, while enjoying and embracing your journey.
The Map of Living Your Process
Here is my original mind map of Living Your Process:
It’s nothing fancy.
But it’s been incredibly effective for myself and others to get back to a “firm foundation.”
From a firm foundation, anything is possible.
How To Live Your Process
Living your process is really about living life on your terms. It’s also about leveraging the timeless patterns and practices that have worked well for others.
I think the keys to living your process come down to 5 core components:
- Purpose. Know your purpose. See Vision, Mission, and Values for some ways to think about this. It’s tailored for business, but you can adapt it for your life. I have an example of my vision, mission, and values in my About page which can also help.
- Why. Know why you do what you do. This is the why behind the why. One technique for finding your “why” is the Golden Circle. For more on the Golden Circle, see Why Do You Do What You Do.
- How. Know how you do what you do. Identify your personal success patterns. If you flip back through your life, you can review what’s worked for you and what hasn’t. Carry the good forward. The Golden Circle technique also helps you figure out your personal success patterns. For more on the Golden Circle, see Why Do You Do What You Do.
- Values. When you live your values, you feel good. It’s that simple. First, you need to know what your top values really are. You have a lot of values, but you want to know the top values to optimize your life around. Once you know your values, your next move is to live your life like you mean it. This includes seeking out the situations and people that help you live your values, as well as bringing your values to the situation, no matter where you find yourself. See Finding Your Values.
- Strengths. You have a lot of strengths, but this is about your top 5 that set you apart. It’s your unique voice. It’s the strengths that come so natural to you that you might not even value them as a strength. One of the keys of going from good to great is focusing on your strengths over weakness. When you focus on your strengths, you get energy and you get stronger. Passion is your key fuel for making things happen. See Finding Your Strengths.
The power here is that it’s about unleashing your best and living life on your terms.
You don’t depend on anything else.
You simply depend on you. This means having enough self-awareness and being mindful of your ways.
I think of it as smarter ways for better days.
Live Your WHY and HOW
If you live your “why” and “how”, you have a ton of flexibility in your “what”s.
You can bring your A-game wherever you go.
Remember that wherever you go, there you are, so mastering yourself is one of the best ways to master any situation.
The real beauty of living your why and how is that you can do it immediately to make the most of your life, whether you live for one more moment or a million years.
It’s being YOUR best in the moment, from moment to moment.
Yes, your world really does revolve around you. Master your world and the rest of the world becomes a better place.
The Golden Circle
The Golden Circle helps you “Think, Act, and Communicate from the Inside Out.”
The Golden Circle is a powerful concept introduced by Simon Sinek that helps you understand the fundamental layers of why, how, and what in your actions and endeavors.
At its core is the belief that people don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it.
Caring about the Golden Circle matters because it’s a framework for discovering your purpose and driving deeper connections with others.
By understanding and communicating your “why,” you can inspire and influence people more effectively.
To figure out your Golden Circle:
- Start with Why: Delve into your core beliefs and values. Ask yourself why you do what you do beyond the superficial reasons. What drives you? What deeply resonates with you? Your “why” should be the foundation of your actions.
- Define Your How: Explore how you do what you do. What unique methods or strategies do you employ? Identify your strengths, skills, and approaches that set you apart in pursuing your “why.”
- Clarify Your What: Determine what you do based on your “why” and “how.” What products, services, or actions align with your purpose and strengths? Your “what” is the tangible manifestation of your deeper motivations.
By aligning your actions with your “why,” you can lead a more purpose-driven life that resonates with authenticity and draws others to your cause.
Strengths: Your Unique Voice and How You’ll Dent the Universe
Unlocking your strengths is like discovering your secret weapons that can propel you towards creating a long-lasting mark on the universe.
These innate abilities are more than skills. They’re your unique voice, your essence that has the potential to make an extraordinary impact.
By embracing your strengths, you’re stepping onto a platform that ignites your growth and catapults you into the realm of greatness.
You Grow Faster in Your Strenghts
Focusing on your strengths rather than weaknesses is like harnessing a power source within you.
Your strengths are the natural talents that have the potential to power you forward, while weaknesses may slow you down.
Embracing and enhancing your strengths allows you to excel, innovate, and make a significant impact, while trying to fix weaknesses can divert energy and dilute your potential.
In essence, investing in your strengths lets you play to your unique advantage, leading to more rapid growth and accomplishments.
Here’s a potent list of 10 strengths, inspired by StrengthsFinder, each coupled with an illuminating description:
- Learner: Your insatiable curiosity fuels an unending quest for knowledge, propelling you to adapt and innovate, putting a dent in the universe by relentlessly pushing boundaries and exploring uncharted territories.
- Strategic: Your capacity to see the bigger picture and anticipate future trends empowers you to architect impactful plans that shape industries, making your mark by devising transformative strategies.
- Achiever: Your unrelenting drive and determination set you on a path of relentless progress, inspiring those around you to overcome obstacles and achieve remarkable feats, creating waves of excellence.
- Maximizer: Your unwavering pursuit of perfection enhances everything you touch, urging you to elevate standards and inspire those you interact with to reach their full potential, thereby influencing greatness.
- Activator: Your knack for turning ideas into action is a force that propels you to disrupt the ordinary and catalyze meaningful change, setting the stage for profound shifts and breakthroughs.
- Communication: Your gift of expression transforms ideas into compelling narratives, enabling you to influence hearts and minds, amplifying your impact through powerful storytelling.
- Positivity: Your infectious optimism becomes a beacon of inspiration, illuminating paths through challenges and uplifting others, painting your unique brushstrokes of joy and positivity on the canvas of life.
- Relator: Your ability to forge deep connections cultivates an environment of trust and collaboration, allowing you to cultivate networks that spark change and amplify your influence.
- Futuristic: Your visionary outlook allows you to anticipate the future with unparalleled clarity, positioning you as a trailblazer who envisions possibilities and drives innovations that reshape reality.
- Responsibility: Your unwavering commitment to your word and principles makes you a pillar of reliability, shaping you into a role model who influences others to take ownership and create lasting impact.
Harnessing these strengths propels you to create ripples of transformation that extend far beyond your own journey.
By tapping into your unique voice, you forge a path towards greatness, leaving an indelible legacy that shapes the universe itself.
Success Patterns: Your Proven Practices for Effectiveness
Success patterns is a fun way to catalog what you learn about what works for you.
It’s your personal toolbox of proven practices for effectiveness.
Here’s a sampling of success patterns:
- Learned optimism. Not everybody has a natural disposition for optimism. In fact, even if you do, events in your life can sour your outlook. There’s a reason some events are called “life changing events.” If you treat optimism as a skill and learn the thought patterns and behaviors, you set yourself up for finding opportunities. Luck is when skill and opportunity come together.
- Continuous improvement. If you don’t use it, you lose it. You can spiral up or spiral down. You can decline in areas you don’t invest. Avoid investing in your body and see how it responds when you need it. On the upside, a stitch in time saves nine.
- Growth mindset over fixed mindset. A fixed mindset assumes either you have it or you don’t. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. On the other hand, a growth mindset means you can learn and respond. You grow more with skills. Life is a skill you can learn. See Growth Mindset Over Fixed Mindset.
- Coach over critic. This means being your own best friend. Pick yourself up instead of shoot yourself down. Mastering your self-talk will take you further than just about any other skill. It’s how you make meaning in your life. It’s how you make the most of what you’ve got and how you make the most of every situation.
- Strengths over weakness. You can spend all your time improving your weaknesses or you can invest in your strengths. Investing in your strengths is how you unleash exponential results in your life.
- Fulfillment over happiness. There’s a lot of research to suggest that we’re not designed for happiness. Even so, happiness is a temporary state. I’m all for happiness, but there’s also a lot to be said for seeking fulfillment. Fulfillment is more enduring.
- Boundaries and budgets. Invest in your life hot spots: mind, body, emotions, career, financial, relationships, and fun. If you invest in these hot spots, the sum is more than the parts. The key is to invest enough across these buckets and to balance. All work and no play is a problem. Find ways to leverage what you already do to have these hot spots support each other and help you be YOUR best. See Life Frame.
- Approach over results. Focus on what you control. While you should know the outcomes you want, you should make sure that you live your values, play to your strengths, and enjoy the journey. Stop and smell the roses. The journey may be all you’ve got. See Process Over Product Orientation.
- Solution-oriented. Find a way forward. Ask yourself questions such as “what’s the next best thing for me to do?” … “how can I make the most of this situation?” … “what the best way forward?” … etc. See Solution-Focused Questions.
- Adapt, adjust or avoid. Sometimes the best thing you can do is adapt yourself for the situation. Other times, the best thing to do is adjust the situation to leverage your strengths. What you don’t want to do is change yourself for the situation in a way that loses your strengths or breaks your values. Sometimes, the best thing to do is avoid situations entirely. When that’s not an option, get resourceful and find ways to live your process anyway. See Adapt, Adjust or Avoid.
- Test your results. It’s easy to make a lot of assumptions or get stuck or miss out on a lot of opportunities simply because you didn’t take action or test your thinking. Make it a habit to test your results. Surprise yourself. See Scrimmage Your Results.
- Model the best. Learn from the best of the best. No matter what you want to do in life, somebody can help you. There’s always lessons to learn. Start asking. Seek out your favorite mentors. Most experts love sharing what they know. Be a ready, willing, and able student. See Lessons From Per.
- Master Emotional Intelligence. Emotional intelligence is what separates us from the animals. If you master slowing down your fight or flight response, you give yourself a chance to think your best thoughts, feel your best feelings, and make your best moves. This is key for your interpersonal relationships and how you respond to the stressful events in your life. It’s one of the most important skills in life you can possibly master. See Master My Stories.
Self-Awareness: Your Ultimate Source of Insight
Self-awareness is the lantern that illuminates the intricate labyrinth of your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. It’s the profound understanding of your own mind, motivations, strengths, and limitations.
Imagine it as a compass guiding you through the uncharted terrain of life. With self-awareness, you gain the power to decipher the patterns of your reactions, the triggers of your emotions, and the reasons behind your decisions.
It’s like holding a mirror to your soul—a mirror that reveals not just the surface, but the depths of your inner world.
This profound insight is the key that unlocks the doors to growth, authenticity, and a life lived on your own terms.
Here are a few tools that can help you learn more about your self in pragmatic ways:
- Big Five Personality Test: This tool breaks down your personality into five key traits: Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism. Understanding your personality can guide your decisions, interactions, and personal growth.
- Johari Window: Imagine a window with four panes—Open, Hidden, Blind, and Unknown. This model helps you visualize your self-awareness. By sharing and receiving feedback, you expand your “Open” pane, enhancing self-awareness.
- StrengthsFinder: Uncover your core strengths with this assessment, highlighting your unique talents. Leverage these strengths to excel in your career, relationships, and personal pursuits.
- Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Assessments: EQ assessments like the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) help you gauge your emotional awareness, empathy, and interpersonal skills, leading to more effective interactions.
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI): This tool categorizes personalities into 16 types based on preferences for Introversion/Extraversion, Sensing/Intuition, Thinking/Feeling, and Judging/Perceiving. It offers insights into your communication style and decision-making approach.
- 360-Degree Feedback: Solicit feedback from peers, superiors, and subordinates to gain a holistic view of your strengths and areas for improvement. This comprehensive perspective fuels personal growth.
- Mindfulness and Meditation: These practices cultivate self-awareness by training your mind to observe thoughts, emotions, and sensations without judgment. Increased self-awareness can lead to better emotional regulation and decision-making.
- Journaling: Documenting your thoughts, experiences, and reflections helps uncover patterns, triggers, and areas of growth. Journaling promotes introspection and self-discovery.
- Socratic Questioning: Inspired by Socrates, this method involves asking thought-provoking questions to delve into your thoughts, beliefs, and assumptions. It fosters deep self-reflection.
- Feedback Loops: Regularly seeking and analyzing feedback from your actions and decisions helps you align your self-perception with reality. Adjusting your course based on insights promotes continuous improvement.
- Values Clarification Exercises: Identifying and prioritizing your core values allows you to align your choices with what truly matters to you. This awareness guides decision-making and creates a sense of purpose.
- Daily Reflection Rituals: Setting aside time each day for introspection and self-assessment helps you track progress, identify areas for growth, and celebrate achievements.
Each of these tools serves as a mirror to reflect different facets of your personality, emotions, and behaviors. Embracing these tools empowers you to navigate life with greater clarity, authenticity, and effectiveness.
Metaphors for Work and Life
I think of “el duende” as “lose yourself in the dance.”
It’s how I approach my work to find more flow.
“El duende” is a Spanish term that refers to a concept in flamenco music and dance. It represents the intense, almost magical feeling that a performer experiences when they are deeply connected to their art and fully immersed in their performance.
It’s a moment of profound emotional and spiritual connection between the artist, their art, and the audience, resulting in a transcendent and authentic experience.
The term “el duende” is often used to describe that elusive and powerful quality that makes a performance truly captivating and moving.
The Right Metaphor Changes Your Whole Experience
Metaphors hold a remarkable power to reshape our perspectives, turning challenges into opportunities and transforming our experiences into something more meaningful.
By viewing life and work through creative and inspiring metaphors, we can cultivate a mindset that fosters growth, resilience, and a deeper sense of purpose.
Example Metaphors for Work and Life
Here’s a collection of metaphors that can help us reframe and enhance our experiences:
- Life is a Journey: This metaphor reminds us that life is a continuous path of discovery, growth, and learning, with each step leading us to new experiences and insights.
- Life is a Canvas: Just as an artist creates a masterpiece on a canvas, we have the opportunity to shape our lives through our choices, actions, and creativity.
- Life is a Puzzle: Life’s challenges and complexities are like puzzle pieces that come together to create a bigger picture. As we solve each piece, we unlock the beauty of the whole.
- Life is a Story: Our lives are a narrative filled with chapters of triumphs, challenges, and personal growth. Every experience contributes to the unfolding plot.
- Life is a Garden: Similar to tending to a garden, life requires nurturing, patience, and effort. With care and attention, we can cultivate a life filled with beauty and growth.
- Work is a Journey to Mastery: Just as a martial artist trains in a dojo to attain mastery, work offers us the chance to develop skills, expertise, and a sense of accomplishment.
- Work is a Symphony: Like the harmonious blend of instruments in a symphony, work involves collaboration, coordination, and the creation of something beautiful through combined efforts.
- Work is a Tapestry: Just as threads are woven together to create intricate patterns in a tapestry, work allows us to weave our skills, experiences, and contributions into a meaningful whole.
- Work is a Playground of Innovation: Like children at play, work can be a space where we explore, experiment, and innovate, leading to new discoveries and breakthroughs.
- Work is a Blank Page: Just as writers begin with a blank page, work offers us the opportunity to create and express our unique ideas, leaving an indelible mark on our field.
- Life is a Dance: The rhythm and flow of life’s experiences can be likened to a dance, where we move through challenges and joys with grace and rhythm.
- Work is a Garden of Opportunities: Work provides a fertile ground for us to plant seeds of effort and dedication, nurturing opportunities for growth and success.
- Life is a Climb: Like ascending a mountain, life presents us with challenges that test our resilience, determination, and the rewards of reaching new heights.
- Work is a Play in Progress: Similar to a theatrical production, work is a play in which we have the chance to shape the script, characters, and outcomes.
- Life is a Mirror: Just as a mirror reflects our image, life reflects back the energy, choices, and intentions we put forth, guiding our path.
By embracing these metaphors, we can reframe our experiences, infuse them with purpose, and find greater meaning in both the challenges and triumphs of life and work.
The Real Secret of Leveling Up in Life
The real secret of life is understanding the key to happiness and transcending the typical path.
There are two ways to measure your happiness:
- How happy are you? (This is happiness in the moment)
- How happy are you with your life? (This is a deeper question around your feeling of fulfillment)
That’s a great start, but then you need to know how to achieve happiness. Really, there are 3 levels:
- Happiness in the moment (this is sex, drugs, rock and roll–it’s fleeting)
- Spending time in your values (anyone can do this, but you have to know your short list of 3-5 values)
- Giving your best where you have your best to give in the service of others.
That last one is a doozy, but it’s the ultimate level. It combines a lot.
To give your best where you have your best to give, you have to figure out your unique strength. This is the sword you pull from the stone that when you wield it properly will help you make your greatest dent in the universe.
This is your strengths journey.,
But it’s more than just finding your strength. It’s applying your strength in a direction that’s meaningful contribution.
When we provide service for others, we amplify our feelings and we channel our force in a compound way.
Tony Robbins posed the question long ago: “Why do we communicate?” The answer is, “To amplify your feelings.” But there was this bigger idea that we will always do more for the greater good than we will do for ourselves.
Maslow expressed similar sentiment, but his original pyramid stopped at self-actualization. What’s beyond self-actualization?
Well, it’s the greater good. The greater good is a powerful, inspiring force. It’s the playground for your personal greatness where you can rise and shine.
Stephen Covey’s 8th Habit is find your voice and help others find theirs. There’s that higher calling again. And this, too, is part of the greater good.
Helping the greater good, in a way, is your greatest good.
How Will You Measure Your Life?
And, let’s not forget what helps us calibrate why this takes our journey to the next level. How do you really measure a life?
You can take a page out of the non-profits and measure against your mission.
If you’ve seen Rent, you know the song, “Seasons of Love.” It starts off by putting time into perspective … “Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes.”
Those are the minutes in a year. But counting the minutes, doesn’t count the smiles, the laughter, the sunsets, or even the cups of coffee. But you can measure in love … the seasons of love.
This is where I like how Clayton Christensen, a Harvard Business School professor and author, put it:
“I have a pretty clear idea of how my ideas have generated enormous revenue for companies that have used my research. I know I’ve had a substantial impact. But as I’ve confronted the disease, it’s been interesting to see how unimportant the impact is to me now. I’ve concluded that the metric by which God will assess my life isn’t dollars, but the individual people whose lives I’ve touched.”
— Clayton Christensen
Winston Churchill was also barking up the right tree:
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”
— Winston Churchill
And in a very pragmatic, everyday way, David Haight said it best:
“The people whose lives you touch may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.”
— David Haight
How you measure your life is up to you. Don’t be cruel.
When measuring your life, remember to be your own ally, embracing your progress, learning from setbacks, and celebrating your journey with the same compassion and kindness you would offer to a dear friend.
Craft the Melody of Your Legacy
And, as we journey through the adventures of our existence, let’s remember that the true measure of a life is not simply in counting minutes or dollars, but in the lives we touch and the love we sow.
In the grand symphony of life, it’s the harmonies of laughter, the crescendos of shared moments, and the melodies of kindness that truly resonate.
As Winston Churchill wisely noted, we craft our lives not just by what we accumulate, but by the meaningful contributions we offer.
So let’s cherish the seasons of love, the feelings we evoke, and the connections we create, for in the end, it’s these precious notes that compose the beautiful melody of our legacy.
The Agile Way: Embrace Change to Thrive
One of the most important strategies to survive and thrive is agility. You need emotional agility, so you don’t get stuck.
You need mental agility so you can explore perspectives and play with possibilities.
You need agility to pivot. It works hand-in-hand with a growth mindset.
What got you here won’t get you there.
One of the phrases I use when I start my workshop is:
“Nature favors the flexible.”
I use it to remind people of Charles Darwin’s famous quote:
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”
— Charles Darwin
I learned Agile approaches while building software. Once I internalize and realized that agility was a success strategy for work and life, I applied it to more domains. I applied agile to productivity, to life, to business and to innovation.
By breaking bigger things down into smaller things and creating feedback loops so I can learn and response, it makes anything possible.
I’ve referred to my philosophy as The Agile Way because it helps me work on that philosophy and improve it as I go.
Dream big, start small, and pivot accordingly.
Fluid and Seamless Agility Like Parkour
I’ve had the benefit of watching incredible parkour practitioners turn their surroundings into their playground.
The French term “parkour” refers to a physical training discipline that involves moving through various environments, typically urban, using a combination of running, jumping, climbing, and other movements to navigate obstacles in the most efficient and fluid way possible.
Parkour practitioners, known as traceurs (for males) and traceuses (for females), aim to overcome obstacles with speed, grace, and agility, often using their surroundings in creative and innovative ways.
Parkour emphasizes functional strength, spatial awareness, adaptability, and quick decision-making. It originated in France and has gained popularity around the world as a form of exercise, sport, and artistic expression.
The discipline encourages participants to overcome mental and physical barriers, promoting self-confidence and a unique way of interacting with their environment.
Live Your Process to Unleash Your Potential
You have unlimited potential. But you need the mindset, the skillset, and the toolset to unleash your greatest potential.
Living Your Process is really a
I’ll have more to say on this in future articles.
To be fair, this post is more of a work in progress.
In fact, I didn’t even plan this article, it was just something that I needed to put out, just in case it just might help somebody find just the inspiration they needed to live the life they deserve and give them enough of the skills and competence to make the most of what they already have.
If I lit your fire, great. Remember though, that it’s all you.
I’m just here to fan your flames.
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