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Set a schedule around your motivation

Whether you desire to invest in daily reading, work out in the gym, eat healthily or anything else, the second step is to give momentum to the motivation flywheel by scheduling it.

Do not prioritize what is on your schedule. Instead, ensure that you schedule your priorities.

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