When you are doing it well? Dr. Brahma prakash to Kalam. - Deepstash

When you are doing it well? Dr. Brahma prakash to Kalam.

The reality of your own nature should determine your speed. If you become restless,speed up. If you become tense and high-strung, slow down. You should climb the mountain in a state of equilibrium. When each task of your project is not just a means to an end but a unique event in itself, then you are doing it well.

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