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Jump off the ship!

 It is common for people to escape the things they don’t like.

You might dislike a person and a place and will want to escape this negative feeling.

But moving away from something we don’t like is seldom the answer.

We need to know what we like to do as a job, who we like to be with, and so on.

And then move towards that vision and person. If we fail to do so, we risk jumping off all ships and never feel we progress and achieve something meaningful.


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