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passion and purpose

Part 1

  • Finding your passion and purpose
  • Goal-setting
  • Dealing with adversity
  • Giving back
  • Seizing your opportunity
  • Learning and evolving
  • Taking risks
get out of line

Part 2

  • Handling bullies
  • Finding your people
  • Getting out of line
  • Improving your work ethic
  • Knowing when to leave
  • Learning to say no

Part 3

  • Honesty and reputation
  • Outthinking the ordinary
  • Championing your people
  • Measuring your accomplishments
  • Finding mentors
  • Managing fear
  • Being graceful under stress

Part 4

  • Thinking up
  • Minding your manners
  • Utilizing your strengths
  • Refilling your tank
  • Humility and kindness
  • Becoming a hero

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