WARRIOR of Reciprocity
It’s very easy to get caught in a cycle of working hard and feeling like you’re not really getting anywhere. You know, like a hamster wheel. It may be because the “real” work to be done, is the hard work. The inside work. That’s the hard work. The personal development being a Creative Warrior requires. The adaptation, the personal accountability, the resilience, all those inner characteristics and callings we feel all the time to rise to be our best. That’s the spirit of a Warrior. You’ve got it in you.
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