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Thursday, June 20, 2013

I met with my boss yesterday afternoon for my annual performance evaluation. I've reported to this individual for 2 years (she's newer to our organization) but I've worked for the same employer for 20 years. In her summary comments, she described me as "exemplary."

That's my goal when it comes to my efforts with regard to healthy living. I would like to know in my heart that I'm doing all that I can do to take care of myself and in the process be able to help others.

I have so many fine examples here at SP. I have some of the most motivating, knowledgeable, kind hearted and caring friends.

Thank you for helping me to become better!

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  • MIRAGE727
    I am definitely not surprised...just proud of you!
    You're in alignment and this just strengthens you to take it to another level! Go strong but be safe, Warrior!
    1213 days ago
    emoticon Yeah, congratulations.
    1220 days ago
    It all starts with you.....we all know you are exemplary and now you have it in writing

    Congrats as you deserve the accolade!
    1223 days ago
    Absolutely wonderful job! Keep it up.

    And yes, that the spirit we need when sparking too.

    HUGS and smiles.
    1224 days ago
    You ARE exemplary!!!!! Now get sparking!
    1224 days ago
    It's a wonderful thing, I think, when others see us for what we are "exemplary"! But - at least for me - I think what matters most is that we see ourselves that way. First and foremost. I have spent many years of my life beating up on myself - telling myself, "I'm not good enough - or I'm no good". Finally, I am learning that I am good enough. I am good. I am "exemplary". Thanks for the reminder! Much continued success to you on your journey. Oh, and I sooooooo agree - the SP members are the best! emoticon
    1225 days ago
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