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Barriers To Thinking And Acting Big

Thinking big requires stretching your imagination and expanding your personal potential, and that takes time and effort that will pay off throughout your life. 

Fight against self-deprecation, procrastination, overanalyzing, making excuses and perfectionism.

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"Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning." - William Arthur Ward

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