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Dear community members,
Luck and fate are NOT the same thing. When we think about luck, our attention often turns to fate. So much literature, religion and popular culture nudge us to consider destiny as something preordained.
To understand the nuances of luck, fate and success read Utkarsh’s latest op-ed.
As you read this essay, also watch this brilliant masterclass with Anisa Mirza
💌 An Ode to Mediocrity - Even while relaxing and pursuing things with no short-term impact on our daily lives, the pursuit of excellence has become the hallmark of the 21st century. We aspire to be great partners, phenomenal lovers, inspiring co-workers and memorable party starters. Being mediocre, average or good-enough doesn’t quite feel right.
💌 "The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." Pablo Picasso - You have something special, something that sets you apart, something that propels you to impact the lives of others positively and at scale. Finding that gift is hard because modern life is distracting, confusing and filled with way too many choices getting flung at us.
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