Get a second opinion from people outside of your industry. If you have close friends and even family to bounce ideas off, it can be an invaluable resource. Those that you trust outside of the industry are often the ones that will give it to you straight and can often show you the simplest solution to something you might have blown out of proportion in your head.
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Access how you’re feeling, acknowledge that, and think about how you're going to be feeling one, two, or five years down the road. If the choices that you are making now can paint a picture of where you see yourself being happy in that future, then I know I’m in the right place.
“One, what you like isn’t always going to be what other people like. Two, learn how to take criticism well. And three, be honest with yourself, and remember why you failed. Use it in the future.” - Eric Hernandez
If one day you find yourself in need to improve, you might as well take into account the following elements worthy of your attention: you ought to find an obsession that keeps your interest to improve constantly alive, once you have that, you should study your strengths and weaknesses related to this obsession in order to improve further.
Often manifesting as techniques for faster reading, nowadays, there is a mass illusion that reading many books by itself can bring about change into someone’s life.
Many try to do it as fast as they can ignoring the fact that taking your time to process a book, or even rereading it, is important to extract and remember its wisdom, or to have fun.
Is a cognitive bias that impacts how people remember past events.
We don’t remember experiences accurately. Rather, we tend to recall the highlights and how things end. This applies for both positive and negatives experiences.
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