Meeting Expectations Inhibits Improvement

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At some point in our life, we look into improving our work. We find written tutorials and video guides telling us what we must do to improve. We believe our audience expects us to follow all the little details mentioned in these tutorials. But unless you wrote an essay for your professor, these expectations are set…

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