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the silent architects of self-worth

Our self-commitments define us and silently shape our identity, revealing our character through actions. We mount evidence about the kind of person we are by simply doing what we promised ourselves we'd do.


Your sense of identity and self-worth are largely made up of your choices and promises when no one is watching. Are you living up to your promises and shaping your identity? Or looking to others to see how it "should" be?

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