9. The Wisdom to Know Who You Are

Principle: You must know who you are to know what you are capable of achieving. You must know where you are to assess what’s needed to proceed.

Muhammad Ali said, “I began calling myself the Greatest of All Time, hoping that eventually people would believe it.” Now he’ll go down in history as the greatest of all time, not because someone else called him that but because he said, “This is who I am”...so I ask you today...who are you?...who were you created to be?

I really don’t like when the first question that someone asks is, “What do you do?” Why do you think that is the question most people ask? Is it just a habit? Are they programmed? Or maybe they don’t have anything else to say. I truly believe the more ...

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