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Favorite Lines

Favorite Lines

Every book has some lines that gets etched into the minds of the ones reading it

Here are some of my favourites from the 5 am Club by Robin Sharma.

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Compromise for your dreams but never compromise on your dreams.

Being a better version of yourself to the one from previous day is how one achieves success and fulfillment. Mediocrity is common, Excellent is rare.

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