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  1. Great post, I definitely agree with the sentiment. If you are genuinely interested you are far more likely to apply yourself, have a real passion for it and ultimately make a much better job of it.

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  2. The blog was absolutely fantastic! Lot of great information which can be helpful in some or the other way. Keep updating the blog, looking forward for more contents…Great job, keep it up..

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  3. I definitely believe that motivation is one of, if not the most important thing that will help you when learning.  I couldn’t agree more with this article.  If you’re involved and connected with what you build then you’re far more likely to succeed, and yet it’s a point that so many people seem to miss today.

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  4. I also felt the need to create things, so I understand the sense of the post. Creating things is difficult and you have to give everything we have inside. Personally for 3 years I have been taking shape every part of my blog, with the idea to become something special that people want and feel the work I’ve put in. Much remains to be done, but have the time and commitment to do it every day a little better.

    Here I leave the link, sorry for the inconvenience, but part of my life is in cómo hacer un blog

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  5. Great article! Other than creating something you are interested in for yourself. I found, it’s a great learning experience to build on different opensource projects (when your up to speed with the basics of course). Seeing the different ways things can be done and solving problems you never had on your own is a great way to learn more than the basics. I’m not a beginner any more but almost every time I work on someones others work I grow as a professional.

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  6. This is very recognizable.
    When I started my company, I initially wanted to build my own website, however I had no knowledge whatsoever about coding etc.
    I asked someone to teach me but I never managed to find something I would want to make to practice coding and it just kept feeling very boring.

    So eventually I just hired someone to make it and learn from them how to code.

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  7. Sorry, commenting is closed on this article.