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Be flexible with your goals

Be flexible with your goals

Sometimes we feel it’s the right time to take action and put our plans in motion only to realize that we were wrong. 

It’s important to analyze our current position and how our activities could influence our future.

Sometimes it’s better to postpone a certain goal or even change it for the time being. Accepting a promotion in a bad time could get us in more trouble than good if the time is not right.

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