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4. Commit

Make these tasks the focus of the day. If you've completed them, your day counts as a win - no matter what else happens. Anything extra is just the cherry on top.

Commit until it becomes a habit, or until the tasks are completed - then repeat the steps.

Take your time. This is a marathon, not a sprint.

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If you’re reading this, chances are, you’re ambitious. You want to build wealth, have meaningful relationships, be healthy, and gain freedom. But the truth is, tackling everything at once can do more harm than good.

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