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How to Defeat the Odds Through Consistency (2)

How to Defeat the Odds Through Consistency (2)

  • He was almost always consistent with his video schedule.
  • He experimented with many topics until he found what worked for him. And then he replicated it.
  • And most importantly, he never gave up in front of failures.

For me, it was an example.


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