but how you finish. We’re human and can often be our toughest critic. Personally, I will mentally beat myself up if something doesn’t go the way I intended it to. Perhaps it’s cause I’m borderline OCD (yes I self-diagnosed, don’t quote me!). That alone is draining and can be inefficient to one’s self-growth because you may find yourself stuck on dwelling rather than moving forward. It’s easy to beat myself up over things which may no longer be in my control but there is so much power in accountability for my failures. (A perfect example is when I quit Nursing school x2). Being able to accept that I may have done something wrong challenges me to find ways to improve myself which I believe is the journey to persevering and reaching the finish line (two degrees later). It comes with bumps in the road and there is no wrong or right way as long as you reach your destination. You’ll just look back and smile about it!
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