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Habits

Habits

Don’t chase goals for two reasons

1)You do it for a destination, instead of becoming someone in the process. 

2)And you invariably start chasing another destination upon reaching one.

Instead, make habits that make you the kind of person you wanna become.

Pursuing habits opens up multiple doors but chasing goals may only open just one door.

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A Romanticist who is trying to understand this world by reading books. You can also follow me on YouTube, I post there quite often.

It is a summary of Do Epic Shit by Ankur Warikoo.

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