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With business slowing to a crawl and his rent due, this entrepreneur found prosperity by leaning into his fear.
Replace something you do every day you don't want anyone to know about with one thing you've been putting off longer than you want anyone to know and your confidence will soar.
Whatever you sell, your customers crave empathy above all else and will tell their friends where they get it.
Ceaseless self-imposed pressure is not the solution. It's time to embrace constructive dawdling.
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Jason Wachob was broke and nearly unable to walk when he launched what has become a thriving health-oriented website.