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Decide What You Want

Waiting around often means you’re not happy with any of the options, because they’re not right for who you are. So, when you find yourself stuck between possibilities, think about what you really want. 

For example, if you’re unsure about a career change, ask yourself what it is that appeals to you about your current position and the one you’re debating.

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"Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein

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