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Mindset

Mindset

It is not what you do/don’t do. It’s what you plan and the results that impact your mood at the end of the day.

If you plan ten things to do and realize only six, you will feel bad most of the time. If you plan three crucial things to do and you do five in the end, you feel great. Your feelings are not objective.

Your mood varies with your interpretation and not the reality of your day.

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