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Long-Term Consequences

Thinking about the future can guide us to make choices that reflect our beliefs and objectives.

Benefits of Considering the Future:

  • Make informed and responsible decisions
  • Stay true to our values and goals
  • Avoid short-term gratification
  • Have a sense of direction and purpose

🔻 Think long-term to make the most out of your present choices! 🔻

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