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Hi, this is Robin Sharma, author of "The Leader Who Had No Title," founder of the Titan Academy. Welcome to this episode of the Mastery Sessions. Well, this episode is called "How to Fearlessly Speak Your Opinions." A lot of people ask me, when I meet them at a live event or maybe it's online, "Robin, I want to speak my truth, but something prevents me from doing it. Maybe it's at the office, maybe it's in your intimate relationship, maybe it's with your family. I don't know where it is for you, but I wanted to make sure I offered you some valuable insights to help you speak your truth, even when your voice shakes. Because ultimately, one of the ways that we can develop self-respect and one of the ways that you can build self-worth is speaking your opinion and sharing what's important to you, and putting a voice to what you need to say, even if people don't understand you or even if people don't like it. I think it was Dr. Seuss who said, you know, speak your truth, be real, be yourself, share your opinions, and here was his line: because those who matter don't mind, and those who mind don't matter. And there's a lot of wisdom if you wanted to deconstruct that idea of Dr. Seuss. It's pretty powerful. Because ultimately, I believe you can say whatever you need to say so long as you say it with respect. And so, if it's with your intimate partner and there's something that's bothering you, but you want to say it, first of all, when you say it, it's like you release a pressure valve. You know what most people do in any relationship? They swallow what they need to say, even though it's incredibly...