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Fixing Others

Often, I find the impulse to try and “fix” other people.

And “fixing” others usually is shorthand for getting them to behave or think in a way that I agree with.

Interestingly enough, the quickest way to get others to agree with you is to fix yourself, so that your actions, words, and beliefs all align.

It’s with this consistency that you can build trust in you and the way you live your life, and you’ll find that others will begin to emulate you, and you’ll end up getting what you were looking for in the first place.

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