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Reflecting on yourself

Reflecting on yourself

Let me start off by saying that no one is perfect. No human in this world is perfect, and your definition of perfect varies from everyone else. What do you consider perfect? Who do you think of when you think of a “perfect person”? Is it based on looks, success, personality traits?

Warren Buffett gives this suggestion to everyone, take a piece of paper and write down characteristics of a person you want to be like and who you look up to. Then on the other side of the paper write down the characteristics of someone you don’t necessarily want to be like. What characteristics do they have that you do not want to be like? Really study this piece of paper and figure out how you want to be as a person. Try to follow the steps to become the person you want to be like and run away as far as you can from the characteristics of the person you don’t want to be like.

I suggest really taking a look at who you associate with as well. Who are your friends? Are they people that bring out the best in you and enhance you as a person? Or do they bring nothing but stress and negativity into your life? You are who you hang out with (to an extent). Take time to reflect and look at your friendships and relationship.

I have dealt with many people in my life, when I was a server I would come across all different types of people. In life, I try to find the good in everyone. You can always learn something from someone, whether it be good or bad, you learn what you like and dislike. Maybe someone changes over time, but never let that change who you are and who you want to become. Be able to always look at the good in people.

Be the type of person you want this world to consist of. Always strive to be a better person. Do better, be better, and remember that you will never be perfect, but try to be the best version of yourself, for yourself.

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