Rahmanberdi

Look around you. There are people who are doing a lot better than you.

Sure, you’ve chosen your path, more or less, see what you’re capable of and it seems attainable. If you’re patient, your time will come. Can’t forget the hard work, of course.

But are you working hard…

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You spend the same amount of energy winging everything and aiming for making it big.

When you’re just going with the flow, moving together with the pack, it feels like even the planning part to change your ways requires more energy than the one you have. But it’s not so…

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You manage to keep going harder if it’s important enough when it feels like you have no energy.

But we’re very bad at getting some rest when needed. Random thoughts come out of nowhere. There’s this constant paranoia that you need to do something, at least a distraction. Rarely do we get the feeling like when you’re by the sea. Of course, the obvious reason is the cue. You can’t get that in an office. Overworking is easy in that sort of setting.

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When you look for something, you start to notice more of it. The world is full of white Renaults because your world is full of white Renaults.

Same for ideas. You look for reasons (or rather, excuses) to believe something after you’re already sold on the idea. You’ll connect the…

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You notice three identical trucks while walking. You don’t really need to perceive them separately. It does help you to generalize things of that sort unless you are a journalist or a creator (anybody is a creator in some way, but let’s not get into it).

You wouldn’t be able…

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