“Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are.” – Malcolm Forbes, publisher
So, you’re not a millionaire, not married, not famous, not a Harvard grad, not the neighborhood Martha Stewart or Ward Cleaver, not sporting a 6-pak and an Olympic Medal. Hmm. DO you even remember when these “line items” became the ultimate brass rings to pursue? And what if they never do become your reality? Would you be less valuable or treated better by those folks who really matter? At some point, you chose to pedestal these iconic titles, characteristics and achievements, and in doing so unknowingly backhanded yourself, diminishing the quality of you! Now, what if you are a dedicated worker bee or entrepreneur? Are patient for just the right person to come along? Are investing daily in your health and wellness? Have earned the respect of your community and coworkers? Stand wise beyond your years from the school of life? Perhaps it’s time to reevaluate your portfolio and acknowledge the tremendous gains you have made. Folks, set-in-stone, lofty goals can only overshadow your maturing greatness –indeed keep striving, but always celebrate the currency of your current reality.
Copyright 2000-2009 by Kimberlie Dykeman.
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