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Entrepreneurs / Project Grow

Why You Can't Make a Great Product Unless You Love the Day-to-Day Work

Nobody sees all the work you put into making something great, but that's the most important part.
- Contributor
Founder of Ambitious.com
2 min read
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Your audience might like your Instagram photo or Facebook post. You might even inspire them to try to follow in your footsteps. But, they can't and won't see all of the hard work that goes before until they actually try it for themselves.

That's why it's so important to love what you do -- not just the end product, but the day-to-day grind that keeps so many people from pursuing their dreams. So, if you want to make something important, influential and lasting, figure out a way to make the grind as fun as seeing the end result. That way, work won't feel like work, and you'll be able to do more than you ever thought possible.

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