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The One Principle That Rules Pretty Much Everything

…Ignore it at your peril

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Just starting my career in my early twenties, I was focused on being perfect, flawless. I tried to accentuate my strengths at every turn and applied ever-increasing efforts on compensating for my weaknesses.

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