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Some Follow Up Questions..

Some Follow Up Questions..

2.2) What sort of spouse do I want to be? What sort of parent do I want to be? What sort of child do I want to be? What sort of colleague do I want to be?

no one cares about your performance. People care about how you made them feel. They care about how you showed up.

2.3) To what extent am I actually living in alignment with that?

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In the video, Ali shares 10 of his favorite and powerful journaling prompts that have had an enormous impact on his life :) What is your favorite prompt?

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