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To Truly Rise, You Must First Fall

When You Fall From Your Imagined Pedestal, You’ll Be a Better Person.

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If you’ve never experienced adversity, never fallen to a new, desperate low, how can your perspective truly be as broad as possible?

Even those with the greatest success often have much to learn.




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Jimmy Misner Jr.

Jimmy Misner Jr.

I like to write about everything but mainly life lessons, relationships, and advice in general. I respond to comments so feel free to start a conversation!

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