You have heard the saying absence makes the heart grow fonder, when is the last time you were absent to your self?
Today we are going to talk about distance.
To be able to see who you are, you need to leave yourself behind.
That sounds all sorts of zen, and it is, but how do you do it?
You need to do that with your on long term vision. Even though it helps to know where you are today, it is not needed to figure out where you want to be in ten years. Ten years is just the right distance for you to believe you can dream and close enough where it seems like you can see it.
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