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Plateau of Latent Potential

Plateau of Latent Potential

  • People make a few small changes, fail to see the desired result and they quit. However, in order to get the desired result, habits need to persist long enough to break through this plateau which the author calls the Plateau of Latent Potential.
  • If you are still unable to build a good habit or break a bad one, don’t be disappointed. It is because you have not yet crossed the Plateau of Latent Potential.


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