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A - Review your problems.

A - Review your problems.

The best way to review your problems is to note them as soon as you notice them.

Also, your mind will start troubleshooting and problem-solving them passively once it becomes aware. Therefore, the best way to review your problems is to keep a pain points notebook or sheet that is easily available and that you can always reach every time you meet a new issue.

So during the life review, you can write the effects and solutions of the problems in your notebook.


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