Standing in Your Power

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Some people are always comparing themselves to others. The problem is that they do not feel adequate and haven’t as much as taken an inventory into their own unique gifts.

It’s almost like the conversation would go something like this: I’m not that talented. People are better than I am. I’ll never make it. I’m not as smart as they are.

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writer and sometimes singer/composer & painter. Italian-American. INFP. I write fiction and nonfiction. www.kellyburns.com

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Kelly Burns

Kelly Burns

writer and sometimes singer/composer & painter. Italian-American. INFP. I write fiction and nonfiction. www.kellyburns.com

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