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(and) yourself

A word (or phrase) used to ask someone a question that they have just asked you. A: "How are you?" B: "I'm good, and yourself?" A: "Did you like the ceremony?" B: "Very much. Yourself?"
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Improve yourself then forget yourself? Forgetting yourself, by this, I mean do not be afraid to lose your job.
Will you remember that on this day, I said, improve yourself, forget yourself, leave yourself? To the alumni who are here, will you accept the challenge of being relevant?
What's the point of liking someone if you can't be yourself?"
Where exactly on your hips did you measure yourself? Would you measure your bust wearing a bra or without?
Or, are you the wise leader who understands that there is time, indeed, to stop and rebalance yourself?
How can you get a grip on yourself? You already have.
At the top levels, you need to ask, What are you doing to humanize yourself? How accessible are you; how vulnerable are you?
DO you like yourself? Do you really, really like yourself?
So what do you do with these negative parts of yourself?.
Okay, if you are a job seeker, regardless of where you are based, how do you package yourself? And if you are hiring a job candidate, how do you evaluate the package without unraveling it?
If you love something, why color the experience with thoughts that make you doubt yourself?. Why not give yourself thoughts that build you up, instead of bringing you down?
Think you have to go for your goals all by yourself? You don't!