Choose Who You Want To Become
Paul Barach
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That first goal definitely is the hardest. But once you got it under your belt, likely imperfect, and nowhere near what you initially thought it would get you, you’ve gained experience. And confidence. As you rightly show in this great article, you then build on that, to tackle the next, scarier goal.

Truly, it’s all about stepping lightly outside your comfort zone. Too far out, and it’s too scary, debilitating. It’s a fine line, but like everything else, you slowly feel your way there, step by step.

And above all, as you so beautifully put it:

an imperfect journey is more valuable than staying where [you are]

Thank you for this inspirational piece. What a great way to start the day!

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