How to Be a Player, Not a Spectator in Life

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Taking control of your life requires learning how to be a player rather than a spectator. As a player, you need to know when itโ€™s time to lace up your shoes and finish the race.
Obstacles or adversities are not the time to quit. Put all your focus and energy into it so you can achieve your goals.

Self-awareness in Leadership: Crossing The Finish Line

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Itโ€™s important to channel self-awareness in leadership roles: successful leaders exhibit an accurate sense of who they are, where they need improvement, and what they are capable of.
Self-awareness is the way to being the best. What separates the best from the rest is knowing that you can do better and being willing to do things others won’t do.

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