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But even in Coyote's case, building relationships is crucial to his success and happiness. think of how much more climbing and fun he can have throughout life if he builds great personal relationships with people who can give him flexible, short-term work, and people who can give him access to the best climbing spots, etc.
Whether your goal is to be CEO or a perpetual free-as-a-bird thrill-seeker, your journey will be much easier and more enjoyable if you proactively build the right relationships.
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