The Straightest Road to Success
Gary Vaynerchuk

While I love all of these points, I do seem to struggle with an apparent contradiction. It’s important to do what you love so that work doesn’t feel so much like work, and yet it’s the discomfort of being outside your comfort zone that usually indicates growth. Both are opposing emotional indicators that should point you in the right direction – enjoying what you do is a “good sign”, frustration and discomfort is a “good sign”. How do these two realities coexist, if they do at all?

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