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The more we get exposed to things, the more effective we become in dealing with them. You can either wait for a big experience with a 50/50 chance of making or destroying you, or you beforehand expose yourself to such an experience when its net negative effect is insignificant.

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Onyedikachukwu Czar

Onyedikachukwu Czar

I write: NFTs | Personal finance & growth | Tech. I sieve the noise and then share with you everything that's left.

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