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Authenticity – Nobody except you can define you for you…

To be authentic is to be genuine, original and real. I have had many interactions where people feel authenticity to self is not an option, given the pressure to be a certain way in our ever-changing world. I, however, believe it more critical than ever before to be your authentic self because of the world we live in. We should adapt to our experiences, situations, and circumstances. The key is to know and decide for ourselves who we are and what we want to be. Demonstrating authentic behaviour is not just speaking about values but acting our values. Advertisements

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Integrity

“Look for three things in a person – intelligence, energy and integrity. If they don’t have the last one, don’t even bother with the first two.” – Warren Buffet Integrity is defined by Wikipedia as “the practice of being honest and showing a consistent and uncompromising adherence to strong moral and ethical principles and values. In ethics, integrity is regarded as the honesty and truthfulness or accuracy of one’s actions.”

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Thought of the Day

Never underestimate the value of others and what they are able to do. We all have different strengths and often we underestimate what others can do because we haven’t afforded them the opportunity to shine in areas that suit them better. – #adaptandbe Comment – Like – Subscribe Yours in Adapting & Being

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Thought of the Day

When overcome with feelings that limit productivity – such as a lack of motivation, take a few moments to shift your focus to outcomes. Ultimately, do what is needed to get the job done, and do so in the best way you can. – #adaptandbe Comment – Like – Subscribe Yours in Adapting & Being

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Adapting to one’s New Home

Making a decision to emigrate is a big one. You essentially need to prepare to start all over again and your life takes a different course. In addition to all the big changes responsibility wise that come with moving from one country to another, there is so much “new” to adjust to in terms of environment, culture and lifestyle. It can vary between being bigger, easier, challenging or better than others. And I have also finally encountered my biggest adjustment so far.

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