People usually want others to form opinions about them by the words they speak. I’ve heard many great leaders and coaches with uplifting speeches. I’ve also listened to so-called ordinary people promote themselves by telling others how they should behave.

I’m sure all these people have good intentions, though some may not. But what tells me about you are the little things.

David Tepera: davidtepera@yahoo.com.

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(4) comments

Jarvis Buckley

👍 Great article

David Tepera

Thank you Jarvis for enjoying my article this week!

Clay Burton

Totally agree with you, David. We have Freedom and Free Will. The cognitive and behavioral choices are ours. As are our decisions and actions.

As for me? There is personal responsibility and accountability. If I consider the society we live in currently.

What about others? Our children? Their future? What we leave behind for them will determine all of our future. Remember that old adage growing up? A little kindness goes a long way.

David Tepera

Exactly !

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