Why Limits are Meant to be Broken

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Mike RuddWe all self-assess, meaning we have a pretty good idea what we’re good at and what we’re not so good at – it’s a necessary part of life. But it can lead to the habit of acknowledging personal limits – and that can be a problem. Mike Rudd explains.

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