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Life Is Math-Not Magic - Darius Foroux

There’s Always A Pattern

Keep searching for it. Make mistakes and learn from them. Read books to learn even more from other people’s failures.

Whatever kind of success you’re looking for, don’t stop until you’ve cracked the code.

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