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  1. Oddly enough, it's easier to deal with errors. Nothing is ever given right away. A genius, for example. This is the result of a lot of work and even more mistakes. Photographers have a ton of slag for a few great shots, and dancers don't immediately start doing fuete. The goal can be divided into several consecutive tasks and perform them, and focus on personal progress (which is possible if you regularly engage in any activity). Think more about what you have, rather than what you don't have yet. Have fun with the process. And if thoughts of quitting arise, think about whether you really want it?

  2. As the saying goes, ” only those who do nothing make mistakes.” It is fundamentally impossible to avoid mistakes, since the person himself is imperfect. On the contrary, they are useful because their analysis allows you to improve your thinking.�

    And yes, the so-called “success stories” are complete nonsense. And here's why:�


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