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Not Everything Makes Sense Immediately. Sometimes, You Need To Wait

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Not Everything Makes Sense Immediately. Sometimes, You Need To Wait

Do you wonder whether you are heading in the right direction?

You might feel that you aren’t sure what you are doing. You doubt whether the steps you are taking will be beneficial for the long term. It seems that you know what you want to happen, yet so far a tangible result eludes you. The key question is this: Are you heading in the right direction or not?

This process of questioning yourself is normal. Even some of the most successful people have had to overcome periods of doubt. However, they have persisted, secure in the knowledge that results would manifest eventually. Unfortunately, most of the time people cannot stand the uncertainty that comes with waiting, and as a result tend to give up before they succeed.

If you have big dreams, expect to suffer prolonged self-doubt%#C/h2%E
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