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3 – Set overachieving boundaries (1)

3 – Set overachieving boundaries (1)

You may set decent boundaries if you are good at setting goals.

Limits are as simple as your goals. But instead of targeting a purpose far away in the future, they focus on what you can do now to achieve a healthy mindset.

How much work can you do optimally?

How many hours can you remain focused in a distraction-free environment?


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