Repeat

Getting in a practice of doing makes you fall in love. With the comfort, with the routine, with the known, with the already done.

You can nurture that relationship for a while. It’s a way to build stronger foundations and reliable habits. But at some point you have to say goodbye as you move on to the next stage. Not too far away, still close to the practice. Forward.

Do. Over and over again. Then stop, assess the situation, see if you are where you are supposed to be. And take a step in the right direction.

Repeat.

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