What’s bigger your excuses or your dreams?

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undefinedSo, what’s bigger? Your excuses or your dreams? Are you in love with the idea of living your dream or are you scared of failure to live up to YOUR expectations?

Being held down by your job stops you from fully living a life of happiness. Working the regular 9-5 is so 90’s. We are in era where we have the

potential to start a business from the comfort of our own home and make upwards of a hundred undefinedthousand dollars a month. We are in an ever-

evolving time, a time that’s full of automated potential- meaning the use of automatic entities to do the work for us. There’s no need to slave away

at a desk job day in day out when we can manipulate a program to work for us. It no longer takes an engineer to implement this automation to

work for you. Now, with that in mind, what’s stopping you from using this to make your days easier? What’s stopping you from using this to your

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advantage to spend time with loved ones or to travel the world and experience a life not known to people decades ago? We are in the time to live

your dreams, whether it be travelling or spending time with your family or honestly just taking a break undefinedfrom the stress of the corporate world.

Excuses lead us nowhere but conformity. It takes away all the potential one could have all for the fear of failure. Many people dream of making

something out of themselves but fall short. Is it better to succeed doing something we hate or fail doing something we love? To understand failure

is to win. Failure is the catalyst for hard work, it molds and bends our reality to make it fit within what we want. Failure creates some of the

greatest athletes, businessmen, and role models. So, take a chance at your dreams even if it means
undefinedyou fail at first because failure is the first step to

success and there’s no better feeling than having stuck with it after all the trials and tribulations have come your way. It makes the victory that

much sweeter.

“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” - Thomas A. Edison

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” - Winston Churchill

“The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing.” - Henry Ford

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