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Get Out & Engage

Get Out & Engage

It’s hard to get lucky watching Netflix at home on the couch.

It’s (relatively) easy to get lucky when you’re engaging with people, interacting, and learning—in physical or digital worlds.

Spend more time engaging and you'll find yourself in more positions to get lucky.

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I put the "pro" in procrastination. And I wisht I didn't.

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