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Post  Ricard on Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:28 pm

Want to succeed? just do it! why be confused?
James Longuski, PhD, a NASA veteran author of The Seven Secrets of How to Think Like a Rocket Scientist to make the experiment: two art students were asked to make ceramic pots.Group one made ​​as much as possible.Other groups make one pot only, but should be good.Apparently, the first group to produce high-quality pot.Without a target to be perfect, we can learn from mistakes.Natural talent will grow by itself.
So, if reality is not in line with expectations, take lessons from this experience.
Try again, never despair!
cheers cheers

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