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This is absolutely true! The less than glamourous situation you find yourself in when you live behind the curve can either be you total demise or what God can use to shape you. I want to help Detroit people get over the curve. They're why I'll get over mine.

Great stuff. I'm finding it's often much easier to do this than we think when we set out. This year I've crested two or three learning curves that I never would've thought I could.

The other benefit is that every time you get to the top of a learning curve, you distinguish yourself from the masses who stayed at the bottom, afraid to try.

"Most of us only dream at the scale of what we've experienced before." - True! I tend to think my limits are one step beyond what I've achieved in the past, yet this idea of conquering the learning curve inspires me to do more than advance one step. Thanks, Ben.

And surround yourself with people who push you, love you, and make you want to give of yourself. If you haven't read Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell add it to your list. Good read on this topic.

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