There's a lot of talk these days about being big, bold and innovative. Corporations spend thousands of dollars hiring speakers to teach their employees how to be bold, think outside the box and find innovative ways to change things up. Entrepreneurs and seekers go to workshops, retreats and seminars to discover the secrets to being bold in their own personal lives and businesses.
But trying to find a way to be big, bold and innovative from within the confines of society's standards is missing the point. If you really want to think outside the box, you must not only think outside of society's standards, you must think outside of your own.
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