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If You Don't Know What You Want, This Is For You

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If You Don't Know What You Want, This Is For You
You're in the middle of your journey. Whatever that may be; a career, school, parenthood, travel, business, a new goal, a new relationship. You're in the midst of dozens of journeys it seems, yet you're unsure about something. You've hit a dead end, you're in a pit of uncertainty, hell you don't even think that this is the thing.

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Uncertainty

Many times in life, in the middle of our journey, we tell ourselves: “I don’t know what I want to be. I don’t know what I want for a living. I

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Opportunity Cost

We think of our opportunity cost if we decide to do something, fearing it is hampering our options and time, so we stay in limbo unable to decide on what to do.

Life is meant to be an expe...

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Dismantle the Formulaic Life

To know what you want, focus on what is certain. Step away from formulas and the work imposed on you by others and write what you know for certain on a piece of...

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Make Your Story

What you are certain about, is your life's calling, and nothing else matters.

If you want to do something, do it even if it fails. If you want to be with a certain person, pursue that pers...

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