Size matters: the small things are more important

We often dismiss the small decisions as inconsequential because of their slight impact.
We assume our character is reflected in big decisions: to whom you get married or your job. However, these events happen to you because of who you are.
Who you are is aggregated daily through small contacts and seemingly trivial chores. Your approach to the small inevitably becomes large.


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