James Murphy walks us through his aimless twenties. Murphy describes how there was no “spectacular failure” but he found himself unexcited, lazy, and threatened by the success of his peers. This kind of quiet failure plagued Murphy until he made a sudden change.

“I was claiming safety in doing nothing.”

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  • mousemouse

    This is great, I really relate to this.

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