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Insight 3 : Three Execution Tactics

If we want to work, we have to make Tight bubble Of Total Focus

We can Set Up

  • Scheduled routine
  • No interruption or distraction

Simplify difficult processes


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Hi! Curious ppl, Suci Cahyani here! Today we will dissect book The 5 Am Club by Robin Sharma. From this inspiring book, I will sharing 3 insights that I personally think it's very interesting.

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