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Take A Life Audit

Take A Life Audit

There is a saying "problem understood is the problem half solved". My point is take a complete audit of your life. Identify problems, obstacles etc. on your life journey that pulling you down.

Focus on the identity you are building. Don't just think about the goals you want to achieve as well as think about the person you want to become. Keeping your desired identity mind helps you take actions alligned with that identity.

Daily journaling is the best method to know yourself better.


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“The best thing a human being can do is to help another human being know more.” — Charlie Munger

Self Discipline is so vital in terms of achieving anything without that we lost in a sea.

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