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From Small To Big Thinking

Great discoveries often evolve from small hunches, maturing and connecting to other ideas over time. 

A single thought can also grow over time into a powerful habit of thinking big, and eventually, take over our minds and propel us to achieve our dreams.

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

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