Values are what bring distinction to your life. You don't find them, you choose them. And when you do, you're on the path to fulfillment.
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Or better yet, stop being a child, grow up, and start thinking for yourself. Stop following leaders like lost little ducklings. Stop believing in crap like this, which aims to keeps people subordinate to the whims of power and privilege. It's pretty clear that one of the main aims of psychology is the control and manipulation of the workforce. They want obedient little wage slaves, who don't complain, who don't get depressed because they don't realize they are being used like mere machines, while the rich just keep on getting richer.
The Leadership Vector explains the interaction.
A child-based narrative perspective on the fear of fumbling.
Yes, but you have to invite them.
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