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There is a counterculture against ambition I know.
I have been told indirectly that I am ambitious.
I have no problem with ambition. The world needs ambitious lawyers, engineers, scientists, surgeons, and humanitarians to make it a better and safer place.
Well, for one, if you're an entrepreneur, you need that to keep going against all odds.
Second, when it not for ambition, I wouldn't be where I am right now given the cause-effect logic of how things emanate from something.
I cannot place this kind of remark, although I maybe too slow sometimes too.
It's okay to be ambitious but don't show it too much, meaning enthusiasm, energy, optimism, high level of resilience, and spartan confidence.
Well, that for me are dead give-aways. I exude them, capture, and claim them because these are good stuff you need to survive and thrive, in big doses the better.
Therefore, I am completely helplessly ambitious. I don't trample on people, have sharp elbows, and do all kinds of sleazy, unethical methods to get business. I just do the way a soldier, a tactician, a master planner, and a faithful one will do.
Are you ambitious? Do you take this comment negatively or do you take the meaning back?
Do you lack ambition or do you lack the courage to be ambitious?
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