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Your Two Best Teachers Will Always Be Reflection and Evaluation—So Practice Both Daily

One of the life lessons I’ll write about later in this series is that the greatest education you’ll ever receive is not the one you get from a school or an institute of higher education, but the one you give yourself. You, more than any other instructor, person or institution, are in charge of your […]

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You Don’t Learn When You’re Talking, You Learn When You’re Listening

When you meet someone for the first time (or you’re spending time with someone) what’s your goal? What do you hope to accomplish? What do you want to get out of the interaction and conversation you have with them? Now, in general, most people don’t think very intentionally about this question, which is a huge […]

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Wishing it was easier

Don’t Wish Something Hard Was Easier, Wish You Were Better

Life is hard. Learning a new language is hard. Building a new relationship is hard. Getting a big project done in half the time is hard. Learning calculus is hard. Resolving conflict is hard. Finding the right person to spend your life with is hard. Building a great marriage is hard. Starting a new business […]

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