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The Best Advice I Have Ever Received

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“Take a deep breath.” Think about it. When would you ever not need this great advice? —Denise Cottrell; Boring, Oregon
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My son once said, “Keep your firesides to 45 minutes long, because no one is interesting for that long.” —Liz Lemon Swindle, Painter, May/June 2012 issue of LDS Living
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“Character is what you do when no one is watching.” I really like that quote because it has to do exactly with how you become a great basketball player. It doesn’t have to do with the games, the practice with your team. It has to do with you in the gym by yourself working as hard as you can. You know if you’re working as hard as you can. People aren’t seeing it, but you know for yourself. It builds your character and gives you confidence because you know you’ve put in the work. —Jimmer Fredette, BYU Basketball All-Star, Point Guard for the Sacramento Kings, January/February 2012 issue of LDS Living
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We live in a world of harsh judgments. We are judged by our behavior, by our looks, by our clothes, by our actions, and by our words. Never let those judgments diminish the incredible value that comes from the inside—the value of knowing you are a daughter of God. —Jill Shepherd; National Guard Medic in Afghanistan and Miss Utah 2007, Sept/Oct 2012 issue of LDS Living

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When I was called to be the Young Women general president, President Monson also gave me some grand advice. I take comfort in the scripture he shared with me—I have my name by it in my scriptures—“I will be on your right hand and on your left, and mine angels round about you to bear you up.” That is an absolute truth! Elaine Dalton Young Women General President, January/February 2012 issue of LDS Living

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 Never go back. It’s okay to look back to reflect on your life, to make changes, to improve, and that is how the world works, but never GO back. —Shelly R. Ladouceur; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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