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It worked!

Half as a joke, half as a challenge to those who are drowning in “information overload,” I created a mini-course called Finish.

My point is that we start so many things that we don’t complete.

I wanted to make something easy that we could complete.

Is it cheating?

I don’t know. If you’re training for a marathon and you run 1 kilometer instead of 10 kilometers, is that cheating?

What if those 10 kilometers you just wouldn’t have accomplished today?

Is 1 better than 10?

Is done better than started and not finished?

You can check out the course here.

Warning: it’s really easy to finish.


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