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Second.

"Don't take anything personally."

Whatever people do, say, or think; don't take it personally.

  • Avoid eating the emotional garbage of others and turning it into your garbage.
  • If someone says you are amazing, the person does not say for you. You know you are amazing and none needs to tell you to believe it.

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