The all or nothing policy often plays out with more of an emphasis on nothing and that will leave you more than likely short changed. |
You want to be in more of a maximization mode, to maximize benefits sometimes you need to fill in nooks and crannies and that doesn't often look like an all case, yet if you pursue it a bit it can amount to a lot more than nothing.
For example, a brisk run for just a half hour, is not going to get you close to a marathon but can be highly beneficial.
Reading two articles in the NY Times feels like not using the paper enough, but those two articles might be memorable, useful, informative and enjoyable.
One, is to recognize that you capabilities go into the small stuff, as that book don't sweat the small stuff but also don't but also don't jettison the small stuff automatically just because
On the level of feel, which is important as to whether or not you might actually proceed, learn to feel good about short runs, limited excursions, as well as the more in depth surveys of the situation. It can be worth it to sratch the surface of things.
Anything to overcome is the fear factor, even a little bit of postive play into a situation can be a confidence booster. So an actor might take a part of one or two lines, instead of just looking for a big part that is supposed to make them famous.
Niche thinking can help counter all or nothing outlooks, which can too often play into a nothing card.
Ultimately, you give yourself more options and chances if you look to that space in between all or nothing and see what might be there and for the taking.
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