Victor Hugo said, “Change your opinions, keep your principles; change your leaves, keep intact your roots.” As you grow as a leader you will notice your opinions change. Time, experience, and maturity have a way of molding each of us. What is important along the way is to anchor deep to the things that shape us. Faith, family, and values tend to be those primary anchors. While opinions change and the leaves have their seasons, stay true to that which defines you. In matters of opinion be willing to change. Concerning your principles keep your roots intact. Keep what matters.
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