Just + Only: How We Reduce the Value of Our Accomplishments

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I’m in my mid thirties with two degrees but never attended a commencement ceremony. I “just” had an associates in general studies and I “only” finished my bachelors a few months ago.

I’m “just” another maker in an online marketplace.

I’m “only” working on my masters degree part time.

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Wife, mother, Soldier and small business owner. Recovering pessimist and catastrophizer turned master resilience trainer.

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Chrystall Jenkins

Chrystall Jenkins

Wife, mother, Soldier and small business owner. Recovering pessimist and catastrophizer turned master resilience trainer.

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