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Redefining Boredom

“You may be obliged for some time to do what you do not like to do,
you can make the doing of it pleasant by knowing that it is making it possible for you to come to the doing of what you want to do.”

“There is no labor from which most people shrink as they do from that of sustained and consecutive thought. It is the hardest work in the world.” —


4. Reframing on paper.


5. Right Questions.





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Michał Stawicki

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