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The Vulnerability of Honesty

Honesty may be hard - the real kind of honesty (wait, is there a fake honesty?) where you lay your soul bare or ask a tough question, all while out on a limb praying that an honest answer doesn't come like a chainsaw and you start to fall. 

Here's what I mean:

Sometimes, the hardest thing to do is to be honest with yourself and others. But it could be the best thing you do for your career or your relationships. 

And, honestly, that's how it often works: the hardest things we do are the best things we do.

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