21. Decide where you’ll be in five years and get there in two - Deepstash
21. Decide where you’ll be in five years and get there in two

21. Decide where you’ll be in five years and get there in two

There is always a faster way than you originally conceive. Actually, goal-setting can slow your progress and diminish your potential if you rely too heavily upon it.

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