Life is too short to keep doing the stereotypical routine.
The chances of doing it your own way and succeeding, sounds so sweet to the ear.
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That’s how the popular saying goes isn’t it? We’ve been taught all our lives to:
Never give up.
Never throw in the towel.
Never be a quitter.
Never settle for anything less than your best.
We’ve been taught to grind and grind and grind and grind to “fulfill” our debt to society. We’ve been taught that it’s okay to work for someone else, to suck up to teachers and preachers and managers, because that’s how the world works. We’ve been taught that the cookie has to crumble. We’ve been taught to be seen and not heard. We’ve been taught to exist not live. To have blind faith and belief. We’ve been taught to be die-hard band wagonists. We’ve been taught…
But here’s a new approach to that lesson you’ve learned:
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit.
There’s no point in being a…
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