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When the gap between where we are and where we want to be is big, there is discomfort in pursuing where we want to be. 

Because it takes a lot of time and effort to get there, and during all this time, there is no visible or tangible progress.

During this time, we come across several distractions.

Each one tricks us into thinking we are making tangible progress towards where we want to be. But it's just an illusion. 

As soon as we give into the distraction, we quickly realise it doesn't take us where we want to go and leaves us back where we started.

The more this happens, the more the discomfort.

Learning to spot the distractions up front and avoiding them are two discrete and valuable skills.

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