Am I Wrong For Learning Too Many Things?

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Yes, You Are.

In your case what you are doing is dabbling in one category of your interest just long enough for it to get tough.

You stick with it until the excitement fades, and when you decide that it is not really what you want you switch and run away to the next source of fulfillment you can find.

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Life Coach, Speaker, Writer. Published on TIME, Inc & Huffington Post.

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Lukas Schwekendiek

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Life Coach, Speaker, Writer. Published on TIME, Inc & Huffington Post.

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