Mistaken Identity

Being who we are can sometimes conflict with being who we want to be.  I am not a big fan of:  “Fake it until you make it.”  A separation occurs that makes becoming that much more difficult.  Remember that non-verbal, or body language, accounts for over 70% of all communication.
The world will give us the feedback we need to pay attention to.
It is uncovering, recovering and discovering who we are that will reveal what's possible.  Attempting to be someone we are not is plain for most to see.  To succeed in the real world, we must be real.

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