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Practice Makes Perfect

90% of the work involved when you're tackling tasks that matter is the planning. 

The more you practice the art of creating effective to-do's, the faster and easier it will come to you, and the more you cross items off your list and leave the office with that delicious sense of completion.

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"Dreaming big means planning big." - Patrick Llewellyn

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