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Always Do Your Best

There’s infinite power in the process.

I read the four agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz back when I was twenty-five years old.

It was a simple, but empowering book.

Don Miguel Ruiz laid out four simple, but difficult, agreements.

  1. Be impeccable with your word.
  2. Don’t take anything personally.

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I write at the intersection of self-improvement, leadership development and technology | ipvdre.tech

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I write at the intersection of self-improvement, leadership development and technology | ipvdre.tech

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