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Dave Thomas

"What do you need to start a business? Three simple things: know your product better than anyone, know your customer, and have a burning desire to succeed."

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Steve Jobs

"Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do"

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DONALD J Trump

"As long as you're going to be thinking anyway, think big."

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Michael Dell

"Ideas are commodity. Execution of them is not."

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Pierre Omidyar

"If you're passionate about something and you work hard, then I think you will be successful."

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The work-life balance broadly refers to the need for more leisure, family time or self-care. Critics of the term think it creates an artificial separation between work and life. Others feel the equation of work on the one side and life on the other is not a balance at all.

In response, the idea of work-life integration is becoming more popular.

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Notice-Shift-Rewire

By taking a moment each day to bring our attention to this practice, we build the habit of shifting out of negativity bias to more useful mind states: remembering our past wins, celebrating our strengths, and seeing life as a series of opportunities rather than a relentless slog through setbacks and heartbreak.

This simple strategy reminds us the brain isn't fixed. Its habits aren't like plaster. They're more like plastic, strong enough to resist the occasional push but pliable enough to change in response to repeated effort.

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SELF - CONTROL

Have you ever heard someone say, "I wish I had that kind of willpower ," when her friend orders the salad instead of the chicken? It's as if they are convinced some people were born with self control . But self discipline is a learned skill, not an innate characteristic.

There's no evidence that increased leisure time equates to increased self-discipline. In fact, it doesn't matter how much time you have but what you choose to do with your time, matters.

Similar to building physical muscle, your mental muscle requires intentional exercise. Over time, your self-discipline muscles can be built.

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