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In Buddhist philosophy, they talk about how there’s pain and suffering. Pain is inevitable. We’re all gonna experience pain at some point in our lives which I don’t need to tell you- we’ve all dealt with our fair share over the last few years alone. That’s just gonna happen.

But the suffering, that’s what we layer on top of the pain. That’s the stuff that we can control. That we choose to make it harder than it needs to be.

And so what I would offer you is this- This is something I’ve learned through the hard way. Through causing myself more suffering than needed.

And what I realized is- in this complex, unknown, crazy, uncertain world we live in, the answers are in actions. In other words, if you do not know what to do, you don’t know where to start, if what you’re doing is not working- the worst thing that you can do is sit back, watch, wait, make excuses which might even be rational.

The best thing that you can do is start taking small bets. Try things- Don’t try things, do things. See what happens. Adjust, monitor, correct, repeat.

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