“I don’t eat junk food, and I don’t think junk thoughts.” – Mildred Lisette Norman
The quality of the input you use always has an impact on the quality of the output.
The solution is straightforward: if you don’t want garbage when you’re done, don’t use garbage when you begin. To improve your results, improve the quality of what you start with.
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