Lessons learned about entitlement

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Do you know how you feel about entitlement?

How does entitlement make you feel?

What does entitlement mean to you?

Here are a few ideas about entitlement for your consideration.

Entitlement is…


…good on how used

…often considered to be an abused, and abusive
conceptual tool for life, and living

Conclusions, and takeaways: Entitlement is an attitude
triggered by the need for security, and survival.

You are able to take your lessons learned about entitlement
to the next level when you are ready to…

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Bottom line: Entitlement requires accountability, discovery,
and responsibility.

The choice is yours!

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lessons learned about entitlement.

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What are your lessons learned about entitlement?

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learned about entitlement
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