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How To Set Clear Goals

  • Prioritize: you can’t have everything you want
  • Don’t confuse goals with desires. A goal - something you have to achieve; a desire - something you want, but it stands in the way of your goals.
  • Don't give up on the goals that seem impossible.
  • Don’t confuse the signs of success with success itself.
  • Learn how to deal with your setbacks; this is as important as knowing how to move forward.

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