The more you learn, the more you are exposed to the immense unknown. This should be empowering, not frightening. Embrace your own ignorance. Embrace lifelong learning.
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Work longer, get less done. Parkinson's Law says that work expands to fill the time available for its completion. When you establish fixed hours to your work, you find unproductive ways to fill it. Work like a lion instead - sprint, rest, repeat.
You have to fail more to succeed more. Our greatest moments of growth often stem directly from our greatest failures. Don't fear failure, just learn to fail smart and fast.
In order to grow, sometimes you need to shrink. Growth is never linear. One step back, two steps forward is a recipe for consistent, long-term success.
The thing we fear the most is often the thing we most need to do. Fears - when avoided - become limiters on our growth and life. Make a habit of getting closer to your fears. Then take the leap - you may just find growth on the other side.
I am just a temporary collection of atoms.
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