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Training for Antifragility

  1. Recognize that you're not in the ideal mental state to do the thing you need to do. 
  2. Ask yourself if you're committed to this or not. If it’s not that important, you can put it off until I get into the right state. If you’re very committed, you'll do it if at all possible.
  3. Make it happen, despite the mental state. 

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Started studying chemistry at college, never finished.

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