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Going it for the wrong reasons

Everything that you do should have a reason that matters and makes sense to you and you should always be in synch with it.

The moment the reason is no longer there, or is no longer valid, it is time to move on.

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When you finally succeed, but you don’t have the health or someone to share the success with, the project might prove not be be worth it. 

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Things change and you should change with them. 

Either the process is enjoyable, or you feel accomplished when you are finally done or you have reached a milestone. 

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