You have what it takes - Deepstash

You have what it takes

 ... to be better than who you were yesterday.

Feeling frustrated, uninspired or even unmotivated happens to everyone at some point when they hit a plateau.

Try to fix that, and never give up. As long as you strive to be 1% better than you were yesterday, then you’re well on your way to evolving into everything you wish you to become.

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