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Persevering when progress is slow

  • Use strategic patience: Admit that you need work and time to progress. It often takes two to three years to gain notice in a field you’re pursuing.
  • When things don’t improve, ask yourself why you’re doing the thing you’re struggling with, and how it has worked for others.
  • Give yourself repeated opportunities to succeed.
  • Test concepts in a small way before pursuing them in a bigger way.
  • Use deadlines to ensure you stay on track.

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