I Don’t Have Very High Hopes for the Next 12months. And It’s Okay.

Replacing optimism with rationalism has worked wonders for me so far. 3-reasons it can do the same for you.

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Until a month ago, I had everything going for me. Steady traction, therefore, revenue. Expanding side hustle. And a dream project that I had been slowly working towards from…

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Evidence based, on-point, practical essays to unclutter your mind, and focus on things that matter.

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