4. Not realizing the importance of mini habits - Deepstash

4. Not realizing the importance of mini habits

When they think about getting what they want, they want to do something big once and for all. So when they fail to do so, they feel defeated and unmotivated.

What they don’t know is that to achieve greatness, it’s about the small things they do every day.

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