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Lost in Translation
8 months ago
Ok so "I am what I am" is usually used to justify when somebody is not willing to make progress in their lives because they're too lazy to do it.
And yes I'm not judging anyone... I used to be one of those people too and believe me when I say "You are what you are and you'll always be that but making progress in you career, your lives is too essential to give excuses."
I'm sorry if anybody gets hurt by this... I just needed to say this...
Margalo the Great!!!
6 months ago
"The only way to guarantee something is done right is to do it yourself" No actually I do not think this is true. When my sink leaked, if a plumber came up and offered to do the job I wouldn't say "Sorry, I think you wouldn't do it right. I'm gonna pick up some packing tape and straws to fix the pipe myself" It pays to take the professional way. Maybe this is true if you are making a complicated food which recipe you made yourself, but for a lot of things others can actually do the work better.
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