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NSTARSMITH Posts: 3,650
11/9/11 2:32 P

If you are referring to the stages on the Spark Plan or Strategies or whatever it is ... I moved to the next stage when I had given each of the action steps my full attention for the recommended time. Some of them overlap so it worked to be finishing one as I went to the next. No hard and fast rule. More intuitive.

IGSBETH SparkPoints: (126,142)
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11/9/11 1:08 P

When you are ready and you click the botton, LOL.

MAGGIEVAN SparkPoints: (168,522)
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11/8/11 7:04 P

If it is exercise you are referring to take it slow. Add only 10% per week.

TRUDIOUS16 SparkPoints: (33,309)
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11/4/11 11:31 A

Thank you.

KIMFLY2 SparkPoints: (8,833)
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11/4/11 11:21 A

You should advance when the last stage starts to feel easy. So when you don't have to think about it anymore to succeed.

TRUDIOUS16 SparkPoints: (33,309)
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11/3/11 10:54 A

When does one advance from one stage to another stage?

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