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gauging the worth of your next endeavor

We often invest time, energy, and resources into projects that fail. It's difficult to gauge the value of our efforts until we look back.


Before diving into any venture, ask yourself: What might I gain even if it "fails"? Will I learn, make an impact, or form valuable connections with like-minded, capable individuals? What could I "become" as a result of this experience?


It may not be smart to risk your life savings on the success of one endeavor, but considering these questions might help you choose a more meaningful path.


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