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#4 Staying Within Your Bubble

#4 Staying Within Your Bubble

It’s always sticking to the same habits and routines.

It’s never daring. It’s always taking the easy, more comfortable way.

Staying in your bubble, though, is more like never trying to make new friends.

It’s staying in the same job for your entire life.

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