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2 — The Public Push (1)

2 — The Public Push (1)

Many things that could go wrong in my life scare me. But failing in public has to be one of the scariest.

It might be the impostor syndrome. But I am scared there will be a moment when people realize I am not good enough. Giving up would be the perfect assist for haters to speak badly about me. And I don’t plan to help them.

But let’s not focus on the negative part. Building in public is great because people will give you instant feedback.


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