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4 useful truths for your personal growth journey

4 useful truths for your personal growth journey

There are four things that are very useful for people who have big expectations of themselves and life that will help you stop pressuring yourself.

  1. You don't need to have big goals to be successful.
  2. You don't need to have many thriving relationships or community to be happy.
  3. You don't have to know your purpose to live a happy life.
  4. You cannot be happy in every situation because you choose to be.

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Boundaries: Have a designated space where you work. Avoid comfortable options like bed and couch.

Blocking: Make time blocks for each task and avoid multi-tasking

Breaks: Take regular breaks and do small workouts or take a power nap.

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1. Commit IF You REALLY Want To Do It

The most important thing before committing to anything is to ask yourself if you really want to do it.

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Have a definite vision

The first action is to develop a clear vision for what you want. We’re not talking about just an affirmation. It’s not enough to want to be a millionaire. What’s required is a clear action plan, a well-conceived strategy for how you are going to accumulate wealth. Instead of Fire-Aim-Ready, the s...

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