People who demonstrate grace know that humility is more powerful than vanity, concern is more influential than command.
Our reactions to obstacles, misfortune and adversity are often habitual rather than deliberate. A little training and awareness can help us develop the emotional intelligence we need to make smarter choices and be more succes
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