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Work a lot? I’ll pass, thanks.

Do you remember being told that working a lot pays off? I certainly do and when the reality check came, I got slapped hard. And I woke up with different mind set.

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Throughout my childhood and teenage years, I was told that I have to work a lot on what I want to do in my life and that the work will eventually pay off. Well, then the reality check came, and it was different from what I expected.




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