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Take A Stand for Your Own Greatness

20 years ago, I took an instructor's course to learn how to help people create what matters most. Despite my shyness and inexperience in such work, the course was extraordinary. We worked late into the evening then bounced up next morning to start again. We worked with creative tension. We watched Martin Luther King's "I have a dream!" speech. We coached each other in creating what mattered.

I loved it all-except for one exercise.

At the end of day two, our facilitator Kallenn asked us to stand and declare, "I take a stand for my own greatness." He passed

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