Do it for the right reasons

Just like an athlete trains every day to improve physically, mentally and psychologically, you can do so with your mind, body and other parts too.

Do it for the right reasons though: not for fame, not for money. Focus on long-term goals and something that passionates as well as challenges you.

Not all things will come naturally, but the more you practice, the better you become. Read more, study more, practice more. Repeat until you get it right.

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