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    Octav Druta

    One doesn't need self-advocacy if he's completely authentic. Pursuing complete authenticity is a continuous battle with your own fears.

    When you asked yourself "What would happen if I don't get X, Y, and Z done by next month?" you actually defined your fear. "The consequences didn't seem so bad" so fear was gone.

    Great post!

    Carol Ross

    Thanks, Octav, for your comments, especially the point about being completely authentic. I think of authenticity coming from one's best self. Unfortunately, it's hard to bring that to the forefront all the time! Fear (and the Negative Ego that is a manifestation of fear) seems to be a natural part of being human.

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