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The Major Mindset Shift That Will Help You Achieve Your Goals

People usually love the noun but don’t want to do the verb

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Do you remember being a pirate, doctor, astronaut, or even a thief?

As kids, we always wanted to explore things and get our hands dirty. We loved adventures. We enjoyed living that carefree, adventurous life every day.

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Shenbaga Lakshmi

Shenbaga Lakshmi

Computing grad chasing cultural, marketing, and true crime stories. Best life tip: Text your friends back! Contact: shenbawrites@gmail.com

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