How to measure and not measure a life
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"If you have more than three priorities, you don’t have any."
Normally we are tied up in the unessential, the trivial, small demands that take up our time and energy.
We need to prioritize the essential, the important, the things that really matter in life, like family, relationships, meaningful work, and what we love to do.
Let go of the things that are limiting you:
To be the person you want to become, embrace the following:
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