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A lot of people set goals that are too big. And most people judge their goals as an all-or-nothing process.
So start by setting a realistic goal that you know how to reach. If and after you achieve it, nothing’s stopping you from taking it to the next level, with all the extra confidence boost that comes with completing something.
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