Why Slow And Steady Always Wins The Race

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“Slow and steady wins the race.”

We’ve heard this phrase before. But so few of us actually live by it.

What would happen if we actually accepted that we can achieve everything we’ve ever wanted?

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Honest thoughts. Unpopular opinions. Not necessarily true or smart. | Bylines: The Guardian, Top Medium publications | Reach out: faldin.sergey@gmail.com

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