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Stop Keeping Score(for a while)

Stop keeping score of how much money you have

Stop keeping score of how many people comment on your blog

Stop keeping score of how many subscribers you have

Stop keeping score of how many visitors came to your blog

Stop keeping score of where you are in comparison to your friends

Stop keeping score of how many waves you catch

Stop keeping score of who’s ahead and who’s behind

Stop keeping score of your successes and your failures

Stop keeping score of anything that you can keep score of

Start doing that and watch all your scores go through the roof. Seems a bit counter-intuitive, but when I stopped keeping count of how many waves I caught in a session, I had a better time and I caught more waves.  How would that apply in your life?

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