It is not always necessary to prove things to the end. Sometimes it's worth stopping. But "I still don't have a result because I made a well-considered decision" is different from "I still don't have a result because I got scared in the process and didn't do it." But who will feel this difference, and frankly admit it?
In the second case, it somehow turns out that you return to an unfulfilled task from time to time. If you think too much about a person or a situation in the past. If there is still something to say and do in that situation. If you didn't go on a trip with a girl or didn't go to a dance, and now you keep thinking, how would you manage that Latin "pa". If there is a desire to release energy and see something beyond this unfinished step.
You can do nothing about it, because why the therapeutic effect for a lot of effort?
So it's worth, really worth closing that half-open door. 80% of your wishes come true for 20% of your efforts in just a few weeks. And some with just one call. And another 80% of associated doubts and fears will disappear due to unnecessaryness. This is exactly the amount of energy you need to achieve a big goal.
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