Admiration

Better to have acted boldly to accomplish something of value than to worry about what others may think of you in silence. From our actions, we are observable to be more fairly evaluated by the outcome of those actions. From just our internal thoughts and fears of what others may think of us, there could only be assumptions. We again learn best from our actions if we would work to be admired

To be admired by others requires that we do more than think or even talk about what we might do. Be yourself in your purposeful actions to succeed with others and genuine admiration may follow.

Act to be admired.

“Instead of worrying about what people say of you, why not spend time trying to accomplish something they will admire.” — Dale Carnegie —

MITM

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