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Few people take the time to find out what is possible or have the courage to probe themselves. It's unpleasant, and they'd instead figure it out as they go.
Instead of moving closer to the answer, they are stuck in endless reacting and reaction.
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There is a famous saying that translates: "One jumps into the fray and then figures it out."
Usually, some version of this strategy is that people don't take the time to spot their landing, nor do they think about what they're jumping off.
The passion-driven mindset can be contrasted with an alternative: a poise-like discipline and a sense of purpose.
The key is to know what you're actually working towards. Ask yourself what your strategy is.
You have to take the time to ask the big questions:
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New Year's Eve is a time for reflection about the last year and a time for considering goals for the future. Taking on new challenges is easy when you're young: learn Spanish, learn to paint.
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