Do A Bit Everyday

JULY 15, 2015

Creating a plan to make a difference is easy. Sticking to the plan—and adopting it as a habit—isn't.

That's the difficult part—the reason why not everyone will succeed in the long run.

Think of what you want to do. Commit to it. Set deadlines. Involve others in the process. Do at least ten minutes of it every single day. Make the habit.

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