Is who you are different from who you want to be? Why?
It is not uncommon to find people who give advice that they themselves do not take. Why do we so often shy away from being better people when we have both the required knowledge and capacity?
When it comes to my dreams i would say yes.. I really wanted to be good at computer programming, but i end up as an online article writer. There's a little regret but I'm not wasting my time with regrets.. I just look at the other side of the coin..
A little more disorganized, not as healthy, still procrastinate, need to really kick my butt in time management, etc... Because improving ourselves would mean there is something wrong with us, something lacking.
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