“People come to me with all sorts of notions, e.g., should I shave my moustache or beard? Should I die my graying hair? I only lacked one semester, can’t I say I have a degree?
The collective answer is “no.” What’s wrong with a neat beard or moustache? You say, “But some people don’t like beards or moustaches.” That’s true; however, some people are going to find something about anyone that they may choose not to like, whether it’s their age, race, or maybe just the way they part their hair.
The key concept is to be what you are, because if you become committed to getting in front of people and building relationships, you will find people who like you for who you are and what you have to offer, irrespective of the aspects of your being that you may have become programmed to think are negative. Remember that temptation is the willingness to believe that we are less than we are.”
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