Every experience has a hidden agenda

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It is really noticeable when you don't give your all to a project, either because the project doesn't turn out the way you expected (i.e. worse), or because it does and you wish you could have done more.

Even projects you find hard to get around to provide things to learn. If you find yourself procrastinating or not working on something you should, look past the immediate benefits or disadvantages and think of the bigger picture. The lesson may not be there in black and white, but it is there, and the only way to know what it is, is to go at it yourself.

Remember, every experience has a hidden agenda. Every experience has a way of teaching you something. You may not be able to see it in the moment, but it is there, I guarantee it.

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