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Overwhelming Brutal Truths You Must Accept to Unlock Your Potential

Selflessness compounds your potential

You can only go so far when you live from a place of selfishness.

Turning your focus outward creates a different type of potential. Becoming selfless creates teachers, coaches, mentors, advisors, parents, and builds a buffer against inevitable rejections and failures.

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