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3 – The 5-Minutes Breakdown (2)

3 – The 5-Minutes Breakdown (2)

  • I think about what I have to do and what I need to do. And if something is missing, I get it.
  • I make a fast visualization exercise in which I look at myself doing the work.
  • And then, I take a deep breath and get to work.

Do the same, and you will experience a lot less stress. You will finish your task faster. And you will be happier.


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