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5 Things Martial Arts Teaches You About Yourself - Evolve Daily

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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