Who and What do You Portray to Others?

February 19, 2020 pwm1

One cannot utter two or three sentences without disclosing to intelligent ears precisely where they stand in life and thought, whether in the kingdom of the senses and the understanding, or in that of ideas and imagination, or in the realm of intuitions and duty.

—Ralph Waldo Emerson (1857; Public Domain)

Furthermore, does who and what you portray effectively represent who and what you want to be? If so, embrace it! If not, change it! Either way, understanding your strengths and weaknesses and how you come across to others is a critically important tool in life.

—MSH, Penn Wealth

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