Overcoming Inertia To Reach Success- The Compound Effect

Overcoming initial inertia needs a lot of effort, but after that, you need less effort to maintain success.

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I have always felt the initial inertia when it comes to starting off to work on a bigger project. Success is not instant, and a victory remains elusive. The energy spent is enormous, but the…

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