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  • Hi Nick,

    I feel the same way about personal development. I’m glad you brought this subject up. I can understand it’s sometimes easier, perhaps less expensive, to do some tasks on autopilot and never care about personal development. But the downsides for this course of action will show up hard at a later time. We are the sum of our experiences (good and bad), but more than that. The people we surround with influence our lives, as well as the actions we take to improve the quality of our lives. Myself, as a former teaching assistant at the university, I have both the desire of continuous learning, and the need to share knowledge in my blood. But I’ve seen many people lacking the will to put a minimal effort into personal development, and that’s really a pity.


  • Thanks for the comments Adrian. It’s our job, or at least my job and I suspect it’s yours too, to inspire those who haven’t taken action to find the desire inside of them to be the best they can be to the world.

    By the way, Adrian you are doing an amazing job. Keep up the great work.


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