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I am a localization manager/translator and intercultural consultant living in Berlin (Germany), passionate about languages, cultures, diversity management, body art, dancing, self-empowerment, coaching, effective communication and, last but not least, vegan gluten-free food and good movies.

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Saturday, June 9, 2018

Are you telling yourself that "Anything is better than nothing"? Think again

More often than not, in difficult situations and when in doubt, we tell ourselves that a little thing, a bit of something, anything is better than nothing. It makes total sense, right?

After all, they also say: "All or nothing can leave you with a lot of nothing. A little can turn into a lot".

[Sometimes, nothing is better than any random "whatever".
And there is nothing better than a friend, 
unless it is... chocolate, of course]

Well, sure thing. Sometimes.
And some other times a little in the short run can tun into something that keeps you busy, costs you time and energy, causes you pain and distracts you from something else that, in the long run, could be a better fit for you.

Every choice you make has an end result.
Hilary Hinton Ziglar, better known as Zig Ziglar [1926-2012]

More often than not, less is more.
More often than not, opting for nothing right now & aiming to eventually reach something very good over time is better than a bit of something mediocre or not good enough for you, it doesn't matter if right now or in the future.

Tags: Mindset switch, Better than nothing, Less is more

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