Repetition Isn't Practice - Deepstash

Repetition Isn't Practice

*If we will repeat the same thing, we will never improve*.

If you do not change, you will become extinct”.

Comfort zone, being in rejoiced state is all we need in life, but cruel truth is it doesn't matter you grow. While we are in rejoicing state, we don't want change because either we don't want to let go or we pessimistically think what stores ahead might be horrible!

Why let go when I am uncertain.

That's exactly is the point of reflection.


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