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Why do most goals fail?

Why do most goals fail?

Most goals fail because of a lack of motivation. We build so many systems that it pains us to admit it. But motivation is the true cause of the problem .

You can work with low motivation. Thanks to the healthy habits you build around your projects, you can even work without it for a short period. But after a while, you will give up if you don’t find a way to reignite motivation . And one of the simplest ways to do it is through a life review .


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Passionate about self-improvement, personal growth, finance, and creativity. I love to inspire people to become the better version of themselves. Author @ www.cosmopolitanmindset.com

A life review can help you understand what is going wrong in your life and fix it before it's too late. Here's a guide on how to do it!

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