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Nazir Hussain

It is good combinations of two way to consolidate your professional/personal position. You will will find several ways to build your outer shell. The outer shell is your goals and inside one provide the first big starting snowman formation but your inner self will provide you sticking base. You have to adopt your outer shell traits as your inner shell one. hardworking to acquire /transform them. See in your profession/ your type person to follow them and do as they do, keep notes and at night recall them it will provide you to evaluate your adoption to them.

This provided me guidance to improve my skills. Now I will write down my power traits, reconsolidate them and try to get my outer sells traits by studying and practicing. Please work as your project and constantly review against improvement. Job well done!

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