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Great article, thanks
YUP. YOU HAVE TO WORK TO GET IT THERE. WORTH IT? YEP.
Very helpful, thanks
I'm counting on this!
Good article lots of good information
The consistency aspect is doing well for me, I just question if I need to do more, how much more time do I need to get where I hope to be.
Determination is important in life itself.
In college, my fiancé told me not to be discouraged when he beat me at tennis. He said I couldn't beat him. He had been a star in high school, but I was very determined. Though recruited for our university team I didn't want to travel so much and miss classes. I did play intramural against both men and women including the men's actual traveling team. I started winning pretty consistently and even began beating my fiancé now and then. What a feeling of accomplishment. I had to give up tennis many years ago due to issues with multiple sclerosis. But, I'm still pretty determined in whatever I can do. Thanks for your wonderful example!
15 minutes of fitness daily starting tomorrow! Consistency is where I struggle. Too easy to not see results right away and give up. Sticking to it!
Thanks for the tip I am really glad I click on to this article
I believe that I will make better choices tommorow!
I needed this today, and I'm happy I found this article. I love how this article says-Consistently building new habits can lead to personal breakthoughs that wouldn't have otherwise happened. Since I have been doing this good things will happen. Believe In Yourself!
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