A Stoic Maxim
Never in a hurry.
Never stopping short.
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“Even those ‘soul-sucking’ jobs that you deem as good-for-nothing help you refine important competencies like how to assert your needs, work with difficult people, or become more resilient. So, take a minute to appreciate your current role—even if it’s not exactly where you want to be.”
Quote of the Day
“Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience.”
— Ralph Emerson
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