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MrZongle2: "Let me echo Edmond's post, and then some: start diverting a lot more attention to that fiancee. You said that you're getting married next year, so that implies that she is not just a girlfriend but rather someone you've decided to make your partner in life. A spouse takes care of you when you're sick as a dog, either with the flu or cancer. A spouse provides you with the brutally honest intellectual sparring partner you generally won't find in other friends. A spouse supports you when you've had a crap day, month, or year. And, of course, the reverse is expected. Name me a business that will do the same. If your 'baby' took off tomorrow in all the ways you have dreamt, would it do any of those things?"

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Some links use the word “here” instead of “click.” The problem with using “here” in a link is that it conceals what the user is clicking. The text around the link might explain what they’re clicking, but when the user reads the link itself they won’t have a clue. This means that the user has to read the text all around the link to understand the context of the link, thus impeding them from taking the quick and short route of clicking the link directly. If there’s a lot of text, this could slow the user down a lot.

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The first way to mix typefaces is by pairing two that match, or are different enough. For example Helvetica and Franklin. If the typefaces you choose to go with are too similar, then your reader subconsciously will compare the two fonts to see if they are similar, thus distracting them from comprehending the actual message of the content piece.

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But, choice actually strips you off the freedom of choice. When given many choices there arise an equivalent number of questions when shortlisting before these choices. Higher number of options generally persuades us to try everything because we’re born to seek. We cling tenaciously to all choices and none of them make us happy.

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"If it is 80% done, and getting it to perfect is going to take a lot more effort, ship it, and fix it later. You’ll be surprised to find out how few things actually need to be “perfect”. This doesn’t give you an excuse to phone it in, but I’m a big believer in being prolific over being perfect."

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