1. You acknowledge what the problem is, but you do nothing more than that.
In layman’s terms? You complain. (We all do it, and it’s usually a crucial piece in realizing what you’re dissatisfied with in your life, and what you’d like to change.) But as so many programs tell us, acknowledging the issue is only the first step. Talking about it ad nauseam isn’t going to fix it. Venting over brunch or drinks isn’t going to fix it. You know what fixes it? Doing something about it.
2. You think that because one route worked favorably for someone else, it will work for you, too.
Lightning never strikes the same place twice, so to replicate what someone else is doing exactly is a recipe for disaster. They’re not you, and you’re not them — so for someone different to do the same thing is still changing a few variables. Do…
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