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Why most people end on the path to mediocrity

Why most people end on the path to mediocrity

  • They are not willing to fail;
  • They don't see value in learning and self-education;
  • They don’t think they have what it takes to be extraordinary;
  • They are confused about what is truly valuable;
  • They spend more time making comparisons than working on themselves.


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