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Make A Committed Decis

Make A Committed Decis

  • But first, you have to make a committed decision to do it - which is the second thing you must do to simplify success.
  • What would you sacrifice to move into a new life … to obtain your dream … to do every day what you love to do?
  • There’s a common misconception out there that a “sacrifice” means you’re losing something. However, when I coach people, I show them that they’re not losing anything.
  • Instead, they’re just giving up something of a lower nature to bring in something of a higher nature so they can reach their potential.

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In this article, Bob Proctor shares how to simplify success so that we can set up our day for a win each day. As always, I love how Bob Proctor shares his method that involves practical ways that we can do to fully utilise our conscious and subconscious mind - to what they are truly capable of.

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