Even if you just do the first three suggestions, you will be ahead of the pack.
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I used up one whole SELF journal, which takes about one quarter. Here’s what I thought of the experience.
Use a bit of introspection to help “right the ship” and plan for the future.
Vague goals that can’t be measured are doomed for failure. The magic happens when we start to quantify the results.
Tim drops some serious knowledge as to what it takes to marry money, passion, and happiness.
Small tasks can easily steal our focus, keeping us from finishing masterpieces.
It’s important to keep finances in check while you’re working on your goals and dreams.