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Visualize the destination

Take a moment to visualize the calm after the storm: the work is done and done well, and you’re celebrating with your team. 

Positive visualization can alleviate pressure and help you relax and stay focused, reminding you that even the most intense situations eventually resolve.

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"Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower." - Steve Jobs. Striving not to be a follower.

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