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Believing You're Smarter

Smart people never assume they are the smartest people in the room.  That sort of assumption is really just contempt in disguise, and it leads to undervaluing and underestimating the others.

Smart people assume that they can learn something from anyone, and they provide others with opportunities to ‘tell their stories.’

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When you put others first, you teach them that you come second.

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