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Welcome to the circle,
The Achievers Circle Team
Read time: 9 min October 26, 2020 Good morning! INSPIRATION "A wise son brings joy to his father, but a foolish son brings grief to his mother." Proverbs 10:1 NEXT LEVEL: Keep your success going Stop Using "I Feel Like" in Convos "I feel like" is one of the most commonly used "I" statements, but that doesn't mean it's a good one. Even worse is when people use "I feel" instead of, "I think." Let's break this down: "I think" means that you are expressing an opinion for which you think there are rational grounds. "I feel" doesn't have anything to do with opinions as you don't feel opinions. "I feel" is about senses, emotions, or intuitions. "I believe" involves a great deal of rational thought with ...