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Attitude is everything, and being passionate about what you’re doing goes a long way during difficult hustle days.
If you’re not doing what you love right now, seek out the small things that bring you joy and start a daily gratitude practice to keep a positive mindset and track what sparks your internal flame.
Writing down ideas, notes, and future tasks can help clear the clutter from your brain so you’re able to focus on the task in the moment.
Knowing what you have on your plate allows you to evaluate what you’re spending your time on and how you should spend it.
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Scour your network for people in the same industry, reach out to mentors, and even ask close friends or co-workers for their honest opinions.