Lessons learned about judg(e)ment…

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Is there judg(e)ment in your life?

Judg(e)ment is an evaluation.

For your consideration here are a few ideas about judg(e)ment.

Judg(e)ment is a…




Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept your judg(e)ment.

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to the next level when you…

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Bottom line: Judg(e)ment may cause distress, and eustress
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