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When someone has a great idea, they hoard that idea. They don’t give it away. They shelter and protect it. They keep it to themselves in fear that someone else might take it. Why would you do that?
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If you don’t believe you’ll succeed, then some parts of you will resist your goal, and your progress will be frustratingly slow.
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