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> According to the manual (see C-hig (elisp)Lists), the process of a
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> – Vectors do not refer to the same lists and list-p
> – The length of vectors is different
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> should look like:
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There are times when we cannot foresee what tomorrow will bring. There are times when we are in a position where we have to begin life from scratch. We could be starting a business, taking a job in a new city, or going to college.
Regardless of the reason, there are times when we cannot anticipate what life will be like in the future. Uncertainty comes in all forms. It comes from not knowing the future and not knowing what the future might bring. Uncertainty can be both good and bad. It can work to our advantage and our disadvantage.
The biggest question is how we act when uncertainty comes around.
What do we do when we don’t know what the future will bring? What do we do when we get blindsided by something and we have no idea what’s happening? What do we do when we are in a position where we’re unsure of how things will go? What do we do when we don’t know what the future has in store for us?
How we act when we don’t know what tomorrow will bring is the biggest question we need to answer.
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After years of teaching and leading my seminars, I have noticed that most individuals fail to prepare themselves for uncertainty. Let me give you seven secrets of working through uncertainty.
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Buy a camera
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