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Top 3 Book Lessons

  1. Your image of yourself is a self-constructed concept that you can change anytime.
  2. Set goals out of passion and love, so that you enjoy their accomplishment.
  3. To become successful, you must work constantly towards achieving your goals, and nor rely on occasional motivation.

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