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July 23, 2020
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To Infinity & Beyond: Gradually

Cheers to the OGs 🧃

Ahhh the very first issue. If you're reading this, it's not too late. It's never too late. For what you ask? Answer: anything. You've got to start somewhere. Once you start, there's only one thing left to do. Yell so the people in the back can hear, "To infinity and beyond!" Thanks Buzz.


Luck is Just a Game

3 Ways to Attract More Luck Into Your Life by George Mack via The Profile


You also can't go wrong with kindness either. If anything, kindness will only improve your luckiness. The way people feel they are being treated is memorable. Because of how memorable it is, it's important to try and make it a positive memory.

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Learn From Entrepreneurs Who Have Walked a Similar Path

5 Things I'd Tell My 19-Year-Old Self About Running a Business by Thomas Frank


Show up every day. When going back to the James Clear quote, it’s remarkable how simple, yet true that statement is. It’s easy to forget the things where you’ve had the most personal growth and how much time you put into said thing.

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Loneliness Isn’t New

Why Are we All so Lonely? by The School of Life


It can be comforting to know that loneliness isn’t a new feeling. Perhaps, the feeling was even more pronounced generations ago because of the lack of technology, but that’s just how things were. Today it seems that the inverse is true. Because of the proliferation of technology, loneliness feels more apparent and the diagnosis is echoed louder. 

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