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Everyone pretends that the word success has nothing to do with money and status. But that’s simply not true. When we talk about success, we all talk about getting rich. Just be honest. - Darius Foroux
There’s a difference between studying success and actually building a business or career that matters. It’s the same as talent and hard work. There are a lot of talented people who never contributed anything to the world. And also a lot of people without talent who did wonderful things in life. 🛤
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