Maturity Memory Quote - MIchael Cedar

I remember when he/she said that to me Vs. I believed what he/she said to me.

I remember when I first heard about that. Vs. I believed it when I first heard about it.

I remember when I was told I couldn’t Vs.I believed that I couldn’t.

First impressions of an idea can be lasting impressions. You have the choice to let an idea affect you in such a profound way that it becomes a belief.

Maturity is when you can decide if an interaction turns into a belief or just a memory. With maturity comes the ability to create more and inspire more, leaving behind a deep-rooted legacy.

Believing The Legacy of You,
Michael Ian

 

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