Your worth is not solely dependent on the views of your critics.

Our indifference and our zeal to know are clearly exposed when we completely trust and value the comments of observers than the stance of  participants.
Do we have to wait for our critics to  acknowledge our worth before we value and have confidence in ourselves?
Do we have to wait for our competitors to value and to imitate our strategies before we value who we are, what we have and where we are?
*You do not need the approval of your critics and outsiders before you can trust the authenticity of what you do*
Your value is not dependent on the perceptions of your critics and competitors.
Accept, value and love yourself first.
God bless you.

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