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Who you were in the past doesn’t necessarily predetermine who you are now and who you will be in the future. This issue of Executive Edge looks into identity –– how we decide who we are and how we can improve who we are, along with insight into positive elements of identity formation and building a personal brand. It becomes clear that it’s OK to look back on what you’ve done so far in your life –– good and bad –– but do not label yourself with old labels. Rather, recognize what you can do and work towards becoming the person you want to be.

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