The Crucial Lessons About Life I Wish I Learned Early

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Nobody is born into this world with a pre-written instruction manual on how to live their best life. All we can do is try to figure it out. And, whether we like it or not, that makes us students of the human condition.

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Victor Mong

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8x Top Writer | Researcher | Writing about self-improvement, psychology, mental health, productivity, etc. Get in touch: info.victormong@gmail.com

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