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Puff Daddy: Remember The Power Of You

Puff Daddy: Remember The Power Of You

Diddy - Be Your Own Light


"Don't be afraid to close your eyes and dream, but then open your eyes and see. For a lot of people, the distance between their dreams and their reality is intimidating, and they get stuck. They get paralyzed just like I was in that marathon. The only way forward is to be real about what it's going to take for you to achieve those dreams. You have to be honest with yourself. You have to tell yourself the truth. You have to tell yourself the truth of what it's going to take for you to be successful. It doesn't come easy. You're going to have to go out there and get it. I want you to be fearless. I want you to be decisive. I want you to make a decision right now that when you fail, and you fall to your knees, I want you to remember the power of you and I want you to get back up on your feet. Make a decision today that when you're in the darkness, you'll remember the power of you. You are your own light."

- P. Diddy (Sean Combs)

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