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The future will take care of itself, you think. You'll know what you want when you see it. So you don't set goals or take those daily steps to prepare for your big break. Sure, you work hard. But you have no direction or discipline to go with your desire. So you're wasting all those years and all that energy. The pieces never fit, and the world passes you by.