3. We Press The Try Harder Button - Deepstash

3. We Press The Try Harder Button

If we realize that we are not doing what we are supposed to do rather than just saying "I need to try harder" and " This isn't good enough" We should instead focus on changing how we go about doing things. We need to learn to make things easier for ourselves

Trying harder is rarely ever the solution 


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