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Progress is a process....

Let me start by saying I UNDERSTAND!

 I to, want EVERYTHING..... RIGHT NOW! 

The bad thing about being an adult is, you're old enough for your wants not to hurt you.

 There's no effective "microwave mindset" about success. 

Success isn't something that falls in your lap in most cases. It's something you have to EARN. I know "earning" is a foreign concept these days, but it's still possible. You can't set and forget this success stuff! You've got to work!

You had a hard day? So what? Someone didn't like your idea? So what? Got turned down?


You're just narrowing down what you're good at and the people that "like" you. 

If success was easy, everybody would be successful! Progress is a process. Do little things to move towards your goals each day. Baby steps are better than no steps at all!

I am Meek and I approve this message!


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