Shine A Light

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You don’t need to unscrew other people’s lightbulbs to make sure that the spotlight of success is all yours.

Don’t use personal pronouns where you probably should or could be saying “we” and “us.”

One can be both sincerely modest and endearing at the same time, without effort.

There is power in humility.

Share the spotlight and use it to help lead the way for everyone.

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Daddy, exhausted empath/INFJ; Law Firm Investigator; Super Hero; John Lennon in a world of Pete Bests.

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James M. Phelan

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Daddy, exhausted empath/INFJ; Law Firm Investigator; Super Hero; John Lennon in a world of Pete Bests.

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