Suck at things, & that's OKAY - Deepstash
Suck at things, & that's OKAY

Suck at things, & that's OKAY

  • Until We admit that we suck at things, We won't be able to work on that part that sucks, and our ego won't let us grow.
  • We suck more if we think we don't suck, everyone does suck in some things.
  • Find ways to do these things rather than just denying like finding a ghostwriter if you suck at writing a book, but just do it.
  • Do a SWOT analysis of you, your work, the business you want to do or doing right now, and your competitors too.
  • If you think you can get better at the things you suck today, learn, research, and get better at it. Take professional help, but don't let it stop you from growing.


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This piece of work is the journey of the author himself, telling and guiding the readers while sharing his own experiences. He describes selling, negotiating, generating ideas, public speaking and personal branding while stating that how our education system is not taking care of the important things.

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