Owning Who You Are
It is so wonderful to be different. Good thing too, since we all are. We are noisy, quiet, thoughtful, arrogant, dreamers, introvert, and extrovert decisive people. Yet, we must not be ashamed of our particular attributes, but we must work with them, and use them to help propel us through life. The soft-spoken meticulous person within your group is just as necessary as the loud boisterous person. Both of these people, for instance, can make highly successful leaders, salesperson, doctors, lawyers, artists, even chefs. So let us rejoice in our different attributes and talents and allow others to rejoice in theirs. Own who you are.