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Sorry, Not Sorry

Some things require apologies. If you’ve been hurtful, negligent or destructive, you SHOULD hold yourself accountable and say that you’re sorry. But in a world where “sorry” has become a verbal space-filler or a knee-jerk response to simply existing, saying it for everything tells the world around you that you’re an inconvenience, that you’re getting in the way, that you’re somehow not worth someone else’s time. Well, screw that, my friend! You’re worth all those things and more - Monica Sweeney

Here are some things that DO NOT require your sorrys:

Having Goals

Being A Leader