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Some People Like to Fail

The shocking, surprising, and sad fact is that few people do have fire in their belly from passion and curiosity. There are many reasons why:   They don’t want the stress of success. They are comfortable where they are, and they don’t want to change their work, geographic location, colleagues, or much of anything else.… Read the Rest ? The post Some People Like to Fail appeared first on Personal Branding Blog - Stand Out In Your Career.
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