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Develop competency

Just like training a skill, you should train your confidence. Try the things you have never tried before, and expand your comfort zone.

You MUST

  • Be okay with being uncertain
  • Be okay with being uncomfortable
  • Be okay with not knowing how it is going to turn out.

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The Philosophy Of Alan Watts

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