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Excitement is developed

Excitement doesn't exist on its own. It's developed with approach and emotion. Work to bring more excitement to others, especially when options are limited.

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Positive commonalities

Seemingly disparate groups often shared some common interests. Identify positive commonalities across traditional demographic groups.

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Uncover what's unseen

Seek out what's unseen. Develop ways to interpret this to a meaningful format for humans.

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Set better defaults

There will be times for both positive and negative reactions. Look for more subtle ways to communicate. Set better defaults by defining responses that can be easily communicated and understood by others.

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Operate within constraints

Accept the given circumstances. Recognize the fallacies and limitations. Then operate as best as possible within those constraints. It's no longer possible, nor prudent to work to control elements outside the given constraints.

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Adaptable routines

Create routines that can be easily adapted to keep some level of normalcy and productivity.

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Intention matters

Most worthwhile endeavors are difficult and require overcoming challenges. The drive to overcome those is largely driven by the intention.

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Balanced building

If a project is made to do something for others, make sure to get feedback along the way. It's hard to build in a silo, particularly if it's meant for others.

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Focus don't react

back to school arrives // loosening grasp of control //focus don't react

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Small improvements

Small improvements, however small, are better than regression. Gains are constantly compounded Making up for negative progress is much more difficult than steady progress through small improvements.

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