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Doubts often paralyze us:

We play the “What if?” game. “What if the economy crashes right after I invest?” Or we have friends or loved ones who will remind us of our shortcomings. They often say, “If it’s such a good idea, how come someone else hasn’t done it?”

These words of doubt often get loud.

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