What do you think -- do you agree that you don't have to be "good at something" to be good at something?
Of course, it helps to be good at something -- but it's not absolutely necessary. This was a giant revelation for me.
The survey that Laura Mayer mentions is here. It really does help us if you take the survey, so if you do, you get a big gold star.
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