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How To Keep Going If You Don't Know What's Next - Darius Foroux

Focus On The Day

Much of our anxiety comes from uncertainty about the future. We never really know what will happen tomorrow or in a year from now.

The best thing you can do is to focus on your very next step, right now. Do something with your day. Forget about the rest.

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