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Failure is for reflection

Failure is for reflection

It’s easy to go into self destruct mode when we fail at something.

We think of all the things that made us stupid, we think of how everything could of gone better, then we just beat ourselves up.

This is not healthy, it won’t change anything and you will not improve in the future

Look at what went wrong, but without the self destruction

Yeah my speech could have gone better so I’ll practice more in the future

Not your bad at speeches you should quit your not worthy of anything.

Lift yourself up, dont drag yourself down

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Evil Is…

Evil is Whatever Distracts

Franz Kafka

I happened to stumble upon that quote whilst being distracted.

Distractions do nothing but take away time from doing something meaningful and take away time from our life as a direct result of that.

Distractions don’t allow us to get any Deep Work accomplished as Cal Newport would say, and what we’re left with is half-arsed work that doesn’t match our true potential.

Distraction don’t challenge our minds they just merely keep them entertained so we don’t have to do too much thinking.

Distractions are evil because they drain our life ever so slowly we don’t even realise it until its too late