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There are things in life that have given you a competitive advantage. Do you know what they are?
No two people’s advantages are the same, so rule out comparison or self-pity. Ignorance will underplay them. An acknowledgment will leverage them. Can you name and claim two of yours?
There are external resources—money, influential friends, community, technology, etc. And there are internal resources—motivation, resilience, time, commitment, etc.
They might be different from others, but for you, their value is just as high. What are four of yours?
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