X is for xerox…

30 Apr

Of course like everyone else, when I hear the word Xerox I think of copies. I’m taking it a little further relating it to people since it was the only X word that jumped out at me. So many people try to duplicate what others have already done. Writers do it. Performers and singers do it. In some ways it does make sense to copy something while tweaking it to make it your own.

What people forget is that we are all unique individuals. We all have many talents. There is no reason to be envious or jealous of others. Aspire to make similar achievements or emulate them to some degree. Don’t be an exact copy of them but be the best version of you. The best version of you is better than a version of them on any given day.



Posted by on April 30, 2013 in Uncategorized


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2 responses to “X is for xerox…

  1. Liz Brownlee

    April 30, 2013 at 9:53 pm

    It takes a while to become yourself – i don’t think I really knew who I was for about 30 years – but I know now! It’s never too late!

    Congrats on getting to the end of the A-Z! Liz ~


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