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Main takeaway

The point is not to worry about hitting the target.



The point is to fall in love with the boredom of doing the work and embrace each piece of the process. 

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Hi all! 📚I'm Juan, a Learning Coach and founder of Data Integration Systems from 🇨🇴! I'm passionated about evidence based learning, marketing & systems. You can reach me at juan@dataintegrationsystems.co

An affirmation and little reminder to the phrase: "journey rather than destination"

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