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1. Always keep learning: Otherwise, you’re going to keep operating off the same old beliefs that have not gotten you to the level you want.
2. Stay physically active: Challenging your body keeps you sharp and focused.
3. Identify a person who already has what you want: You need to decide to find a great role model.
4. Take action, but be willing to change course.
5. Give back: Helping others imbues your own life with purpose.
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