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Preaching what you don't practice is hypocritical. 

You're essentially telling people that they're wrong or bad when you, yourself, are not living up to the same standards. It's important to be honest and fair with others, and that includes walking the walk as well as talking the talk.

If you want to be a good role model for others, you have to practice what you preach. 

That means living by your own values and standards, not just telling people what they should do. 

It's important to be authentic and honest in your interactions with others, and that includes living a life that is in line with your own beliefs.

So, if you're not ready to live a life of integrity and honesty, 

it's best not to preach about it. 

There's no need to mislead people or make them feel bad about themselves. Just be honest and upfront, 

and let people make their own choices based on the information you provide.

Serve Hard. 👊🏻

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