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It states that the longer you postpone taking action, the less likely you will be to take it.
Jim Rohn originally noticed this phenomenon and coined the term.
To counteract it the Law of Diminishing Intent, use the LEAP Principle, which states that you should never leave the scene of clarity without taking decisive action.
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The intensity approach is more dramatic but slow and steady wins the race.
From time to time, we may find ourselves in a funk where we experience an unusual amount of distraction and self-doubt.
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As shopping for non-essentials becomes a luxury, our old habits of ordering whatever we want, whenever we feel like ordering, is now making many of us feel guilty.
Brands are eager to restart th...
There are now many things to consider before ordering something:
This seems to be the new mantra among the responsible people who are worried about themselves and their families. Large supply chains have a greater chance of transmitting diseases. Small shops also need our business to survive this catastrophe.
These small shops are also trying very hard to follow all CDC recommendations regarding protective gear and social distancing.
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