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Can you name it – quickly?
What is your best personal strength?
Continue this list until you’ve added more personal strengths and then identify the one that best describes you.
Without trying to turn yourself into something you are not, you may just find out that you’re pretty impressive as is – if you can just identify your best personal strength.
Listing some of the others won’t hurt either.
Remind yourself once a day of your best personal strength because no one can ever take it away from you unless YOU forget it.
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