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Conclusion

Staying consistent is what compounds our efforts into our dreams.

A negative mindset won’t serve you any more than a broken keyboard helps you type, change your mindset to better cultivate a better reality.

Everyone has goals, but unless you have a reason to get behind that goal, it’ll eventually fade. Tie your goals to strong emotional triggers to better work towards them.

Staying stagnant means regressing on your goals. Always keep moving, no matter how slow.

Failure comes from quitting. If you never give up, you’ll be that much closer to living the life of your dreams.

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