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Match challenges with skills

The most relevant part of flow is the ability to match skills with the complexity of the tasks. Every time you set a task, think about making it challenging enough it doesn’t bore you, but also not so harsh you give up on it.

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Passionate about self-improvement, personal growth, finance, and creativity. I love to inspire people to become the better version of themselves. Author @ www.cosmopolitanmindset.com

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