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The always / never conundrum.

If you don’t always aim to be your best self, the people you come across when you aren’t will think that you never are at your best.

Here are some examples….

If you don’t always contribute in meetings, some will think that you never do and that you are content to coast through.

If you don’t always give your all when working out, some think that you never do and you do things by half measures.

If you don’t always tell the truth, some will think that you never do and you are happy to deceive people.

If you don’t always pick yourself, some will think that you never do and you don’t have the self confidence to succeed.

Understanding the always / never conundrum is easy. The hard part is maintaining “always”.

This post is part of my 60 day blog challenge.

 

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