Be a Better you!

January 2011
Guideposts;Jan2011, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p40
In this article the author offers suggestions on achieving goals. She suggests to be committed, to be willing to learn from mistakes and also to be oneself and balanced in life. The author also shares an embarrassing moment of his acting career. She also believes that if one thinks positively about what lies ahead, it often comes to pass.


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