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Write Your Life Plan

Write Your Life Plan

  • Everytime, you are able to put your thought into words, your brain visualises and communicates how you can turn them into actionable items.
  • The more enjoyable and achievable you decide these actions to be, try turning them into your habits.
  • Keeping a measure of your habits in the written or recorded form leads to consistency. Consistency is eventually the key to mastery.
  • So, it all starts just with a pen and paper.

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