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rantum.dev | digital dwelling of andrew maury. digital developer @ecomloop in burlingame, ca. san matean nantucketer on a rantum scoot.

digital dwelling of andrew maury. digital developer @ecomloop in burlingame, ca. san matean nantucketer on a rantum scoot.
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Adjust and keep going

Adjust and keep going

The paths are close, and it's hard not for them to intersect. Extenuating circumstances increase the frequency and effects. Recognize each path is still unique. This is a temporary condition.

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A kinder adventure

A kinder adventure

Make it a kinder adventure. Everyone has a different path and a different perspective.

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Kindly respond

Kindly respond

With kindness, others are more receptive to the message and there's a lessened loss of control of time and emotions personally.

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Ideal environments

Ideal environments

Ideal environments rarely stay constant. Places change. People shift. Staleness sets in.

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Not yet

Not yet

Not yet encapsulates a mindset in two words.

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Respond selectively

Respond selectively

For now, stick to what's worked and react less to what others do. Not everyone is inspired for change, regardless of the current conditions. Focus on own path and actions while witnessing the next phase rolling in for others. It's a new phase if we choose to let it be so.

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Courage after curiosity

Courage after curiosity

Curiosity leads astray from standard paths. It begins out of pure interest with no specific purpose in mind. At some point, it's time to move on or step forward.

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New path courage

New path courage

_New paths_ are seldom entirely new and there are others are similar paths. Find a supportive environment to help move forward.

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Start early

Start early

There's enough time to focus on something meaningful, with a looming deadline to motivate efficiently, yet no feeling of trying to squeeze in too much.

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Set supportive environments

Set supportive environments

It's discouraging to work to change someone's perspective if they have no instinct, imperative, or seeming desire to do so. Put the energy towards groups where new ideas are encouraged and more ideas are spawned.

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