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7 Questions That Measure Your Growth As An Adult

None of them have anything to do with money, fame, or success

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How do you compare to the person you were ten, twenty, or thirty years ago? Are you kinder, braver, more principled? I’m fifty now, and those metrics matter to me. But that wasn’t always the case.




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