The term “own it” doesn’t just mean owning up to shortcomings and missteps.
Own your personality quirks and all — it is as unique as your fingerprints.
Own the moment – it’s always your decision to focus on now or get lost in the black hole of digital life.
Own up – admit mistakes quickly and clearly.
Own your opinions – they are always available to be modified but never to be ignored or hijacked by someone with power over you.
Own your happiness – your happiness cannot be outsourced to another person or a more favorable circumstance.
It’s not always what’s wrong with you but what’s right.
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