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Protecting My Peace - Day 77 - Show Up For Yourself and Show Up For Others

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This is a continuation of our discussion on the importance of doing more. And when we commit to something,
doing more may simply mean showing up. Do you show up for yourself? Do you show up for others? Who do you show up for?
I remember a time when I didn't want to show up -- I didn't want to get up for a commitment I made. I was to be at a walking event and it included networking. Yet when the morning of the event came I didn't want to get up and get going, but I thought about the event organizer and decided that going was the right thing to do no matter how I felt. I ended up going and I made a great friend with a person who also showed up. We were of two different ethnic background (me, black and she, white). We immediately made a fast business connection -- diversity at work once again when we are willing to go outside our comfort zones by showing up and doing more, right? At any rate, we can do more by showing up for people. When we show up for people. we show up for ourselves. When we show up for ourselves, we show up for people.

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