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Being yourself is the first step in achieving all of your desires, goals, and dreams. Make your life mission to be your best self. 

1. Never apologize for being you: When you apologize for being you, then you are not appreciating and accepting who you are.

2. Be clear on what makes you happy: In order for you to be yourself, you have to know who you are and what makes you happy so you can take the appropriate steps to get there.

3. Act on what you know is right for yourself: Be true to yourself by only do what you believe is right for you.

4. Allow yourself to show your emotions and feelings: Showing your feelings and emotions help you understand who you are as a person such as your strengths, talents, likes, and dislikes so you can act according to them. 

5. Discover and grow your strengths and talents: Take some time to discover your strengths and talents and then do things to make them stronger. The stronger your strengths and talents become the more you will appreciate and value yourself, the easier it is for you to be yourself.

6. Be proud of yourself: Be proud of yourself and for what you have gone through in life; even with the negative outcomes you got. Pay attention to the things you have achieved in life and the better person you will become tomorrow. 

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6 ways to be yourself