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Closing this gap isn’t easy, but there is a fairly straight-forward process. It has three steps.
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Sometimes you do everything right—you make a plan, put in effort exactly how you intended to, and things still don’t work out. That can hurt, but most of the time, this isn’t the case.
Your end-goal has two parts. The first part, is that your intentions, if followed, should get you where you need to go. If you’re trying to launch a company, learn a language, graduate from college or lose weight, the plan you set has to at least have a decent chance of working out.
The first reason people have a gap is that their intentions weren’t very clear to begin with. If you aren’t even sure what you intended to do, how could you possibly stick with it?
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It is easy to begin with a new goal every day, but this isn't easy to stick with it or to do it consistently. So this stash will help to overcome this problem.
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