Helen Gurley Brown, who died on Monday, wrote in her autobiography, “Having It All” (1982), “I never liked the looks of the life that was programmed for me — ordinary, hillbilly and poor — and I repudiated it from the time I was 7 years old.” She took what she was given and transformed herself.
Tool For Tuesday: Don’t settle for what you think your life should be like. Follow that compass inside you and go as far as you can go. (And don’t care what other people say about you.)
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