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This seemed a bit counterintuitive to me at first because I truly believe that our why is the single most important factor that decides long term success in any endeavour. However I also get your point how you were unable to explain others about your why. Because it’s not necessary that people would understand your why especially when it’s not related to any tangible end result. In fact more than often, they don’t. And it’s perfectly alright. We do need a reason to do something even if it’s just our instinct or something that doesn’t make sense to people. So, I don’t really agree with the title of this article but liked your perspective. ☺ Good stuff!

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