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and so i'll give it to be a bit of it is a bit of relief that what you think that
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kind of some up
while people do
summer positive some negative sum up
so that when you come home
from local schools
whatever nestle com home about five o'clock
uses
you come home about five
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the flight across the services that they food fight before five
you'll use info income hold
buffet find it would become preoccupied
your money before your poll
the healthy for your missing your you know i got sick of the motive tonight
before your best
take benefit
in the in these things you know when your free time you know use it
a day when you're young you thought an engine dynamism the vitality that you
have because of a common somewhere you don't have it
after the reality is that you know if you come home at five o'clock
and if they go to sleep at eleven o'clock a six hours
you have them there to there yet
six outs
and this is this thing
what are you doing though six pals
how do you feel those six
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has had some people
they come home for days what was the attitude that i have all come from
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whether what will people injured
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okay lack of energy and you know and
nor enough time in the day no i don't know if if those on the morale is in the

day
there aren't enough hours in the day believe me
there are enough thousand at the profit for lovers and antibodies date one-third
for his family one-third
for his community one-third for himself enough time
the leader of humanity have enough time to manage this time we can manage
outside
okay believe me to be here you are the more organized you are the more you
realize you continue today
of conferred from finland with the more you waste your time and we realize is
not enough hours in advance a wasting the most important commodity
bother making every second count
so uh... so five to eleven this is the six hours we have a ghostly beethoven
and then you wake up in the new routine new york on the phone for everything
so this is the key thing how will we doing in those in these those six hours
however we spend them
and search
and so what is it how do i make it a success now
to make it a success
you've got to maximize those six hours

focused only goal


deposited go one point aspx original goal
the muslims are ambitious people
and we uh... this house sells these targets these goals that we will achieve
benefit in this world and in the head off that as well
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boasting so laudable goal i'm looking at the moment is that one of the things i'm
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doing is launching a foundation for leadership developing a muslims
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so i'm going to go into ms foundation's so i'm hoping to three years time that
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they said they were going on all the world's teaching young people about this
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you know this five-day intensive program i have so i'm on the working towards my
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my goal of got this time no one has to do knowledge skill experienced teachers
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mentors in order to get there for my plan in place
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and i have to follow my plan
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so manalapan yacht at the moment
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an actual plan written down
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about what they will be five years' time
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or ten years time
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both india and indeed
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and well done
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nonstop and then down someone a muscle tone in their mind
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rough time
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these are second level of yet
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says you've got no plan who's planning a following
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who's driving your life
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whose these telling your goals
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within the drugs the
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as it does it make sense that question
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you know but i think it was good advice
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and they can channel as in the right way
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omit can help us drive time
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by having done it
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above the needs of the they had to go to idea about
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the conclusion a boycott unless you have a plan
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from people to come to me all the time i was going on in this actually a plan
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from the how it works
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from begining middle to the end
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and all of the things that are required inbetween
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okay show me the time
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and as long as the building is something you believe in anything if you have
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money on planning for anyone else's plan
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you've got no dot richard no focus
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nothing in terms of six crucial al as they are not being a misses the point to
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make that to just which it was important beneficial useful activities
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focused on your plan
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you've got six hours philip now
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with the beneficial
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the important and the useful
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which will make you if you look on valium but we came to me he wants to be
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a football coaches that i want to be instrumental coach
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and i said in ten years tunnel into the courtroom comes in
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like you're having a number and they just go like this
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handouts that okay
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tell me in the six thousand today
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important and useful and beneficial things you will do everyday
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with for the six hours
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in terms of how you will do it
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so we came up with it is that all prove my skill
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all will learn from eight to my coach
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and i will give up my knowledge of the football game in coaching and things
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like this i'll do my pledge is and things like that
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okay good
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as if you do you do these everyday
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he's running a plaque is on the everyday
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melissa myself every month and detected his seven account of myself
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now i've done this would be beforehand about five six years later on the up
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with them
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and i'll say how the plan
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how's it going
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what we've done what we've done i pull might find that your black-eyed vested
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in you
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toward them
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and what will come is that i i i don't hear
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you know ahead
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all you know i stir in all its that person's four you know i a full-service
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excuse the max houston
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as adults we know we sat down the road plans and everyday
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for the six hours you will spend important beneficial new selectivity
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that you wanted to point to three
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as it did you do those activities were getting elders
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who really blame
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the white blaming everybody else
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concept the responsibility
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you want to blame everyone else
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and he doesn't accept the very harsh
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but the reason i mean if you my plan is what i don't care
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second i was too lazy
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and so don't be stupid
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simplified
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sort of must acknowledge removes the ignorance
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and people to rationing of being kept women care about it
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wasn't something was motivated by he's not in the room
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okay and then that i said you just wasted the most important time they have
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instead going back to that list how do people for the time
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with not with beneficial imported and useful
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but with unimportant
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no benefit
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and note enormously use less activities
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now okay if you want to go on facebook finally of one hour face book
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if you want
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one hour for i don't know how people get on facebook assembly but they did i_b_m_
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our flight six thousand he won our faithful to the five dollars left
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if you want to do it too often i was one beginning one of the end
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if you're faithful addict
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and kate than fine house in between
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forgiven you to our one-hour downtime look white house left
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allow watches the i wanna watch a program because you know when i watch a
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program of four hours now four hours
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focusing defaming comes of it
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this is real growth time
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and you have to make it if you have to make a sacrifice
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in time management you've got to make a sacrifice between
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chilling and enjoying myself now
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and the reward in the pleasure i will get
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in five years or ten years time from sticking to my plan
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that make sense
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domino pizza guy he realized all sacrifice much time now
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to on twenty franchises in the future
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yeah that's the thinking it was that
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enabled him to do that
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becuase you know to do
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and if you don't sacrifice
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the growth fund yet you have to give up
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having the dead surfing the on your mobile phone at the
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you know and things like that if the reader and yes it did anything if the
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reader i'll i'll i'll call the segments of your life
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towards your goal
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towards our goal focusing on the future
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and we'll continue to motivate yourself now
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again youth so one lesson one was that the informs how precious climbers lesson
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number two i've given you is about the six hours
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of growth fund is critical of the everyone should have
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but you may use that is not enough time in eight have you got the six hours on
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talking about
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you every day
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you've got six thousand a day
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but no but you've got a six thousand e
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you know i don't even on the other is busy working i think i can manage about
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these four alf easily
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only sleeps six hours
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i don't think they are cause i realize that the sacrifice to our so i can put
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it somewhere else
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and now found that if i had power nap
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which is really early out there that kind of the lead the at how many hours
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but
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you know you've got to realign alf
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this is a another friend we're going to give you this is sneaks s
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these are some segments of my life
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sts
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for simon from about the divide into more but this is the biggest impl
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i have my mind
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my mind refers to
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the development already
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of michael of mike intellect
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you could say things which in hostel mind off things that just by the
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reading learning
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going to let just you had
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i've got my body
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the gist of that is that this physical body
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so i've been given
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and things which in harmsen cause my body to grow and enriched ops
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healthy lifestyle teaching while resting lowered the stressing training
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playing sports
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going for a walk in the countryside yep
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make sense
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in terms of my soul comes before them i lost my spirit my soul
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we're going to
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they could we do you know
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gladden
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so that
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while the conflict that we do for also
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laura
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but
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as nails
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meditation reflection
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thinking about my purpose one on this afternoon this is all the kind of the
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experts all stuffed up
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is important for us to to reflect upon
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to a take account of the film anything else on the sulfide that we don't
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the properties
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because i you know it
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tried to develop my point eagle sincerity and applause and man and cost
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sincerity
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family and friends will consult with the law for our family to make them to
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invest in our family and to make it grow
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remember it's about growth all of this
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growth time wonderful my family and friends
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okay yes alike that quality clients
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people use a highly aquatic time wealth
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help them in
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care for them talk yet
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provide correct
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too
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support
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concede a kind of things that we do for a family and friends
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sacrifice
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if you're a married man you know your wife
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kind of stuff huh
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okay finance money
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if i'm not doing any of those things in is fine for example among i plan on the
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bloody money sacrifice
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providing talking to us
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paid for and doing a good time
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what isn't going to happen
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with my dear wife
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underground what nearly bankrupt
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on the investing taking taking taking
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appointing back in the bank
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i'm going to bankrupt
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this is if use the analogy of banks you know if you take on more than you
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putting your bankrupt
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now you and miss of course your banker cursing somehow bank a c to get away
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with it
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they can take as much money is a one and nine commencement unanimous another
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thing
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so can you see these are segments about life
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now and all of these
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beside the gold
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all of this has to be focused towards the goal but you can
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somehow you know you can't get there without the family and friends
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now let me let me give an example of how this works basically what you can take
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this away
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and international pick your own growth everyday
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pursuant to what my putting in
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to each of these understand what reform printable regarding this
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it has to be in balance
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if it's been arvind dot as you see what goes on the on life
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okay so let's look at scenario one
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beside us some of the develops their mind highly successful businessman and
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intelligent degrees left right center
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all of these things in ohio and successful in the
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intellectual field the business till you could say
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but you know
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spiritually empty
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terms of the world
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the release disease
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thus always corrupt
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and his is putting up a time as i'm afraid about a hundred that got a lot of
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the problem unless i had to really succeeded tour for the sole he felt
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across the silt not enough time
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so therefore he's not a sickle is not fair is not true for his business it is
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a legal defense
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morally bankrupt
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will kind of businessmen who think he's going to be
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good businessmen
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marlena materialistic things
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but he's got that ac at any cost yet
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just materialistic e driven
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and i think that's
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okay so let's look at how that works
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as a person he spends all his time in the gym
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training away
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pumping the weights
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and doesn't spend any time of the military's internet and no in myrtle
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what you think
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note the balance
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there's no but there's no balance in that
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he's got a balance
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if the person is always pretty fun doing this developing
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we called the broad and not the brain how do you think he behaves intent
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russell problems
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but the
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too much of that not enough of this
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yeah makes sense
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so that's not successful up both of you know my schedule of the colonel
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remembrance alarm all of this stuff
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but he doesn't spend any time in
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unhealthy
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not eating well magazine using overweight obese
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bumper shut by the fees
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is a walking the folk
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i believe that you want to add to that wasilla
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i believe i am inadvertent put everything i do everything within your
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visible with the new york
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and and revert
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for your lifestyle
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and you represent all the time your representing switching his environment
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listings representing maybe
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forty four seven
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you have to walk the talk to someone who is
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talk about being deeply spiritual internet this all is it
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but yet you see in terms of their own body the for the promise to love him and
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remember that one of the crime is being fat
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they didn't have what we have which is not stomach fitting each of their full
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and things of that so you know certainly they have this balance
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for you to do nothing about his whereabouts vases vandalism time family
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and friends
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does so much for your family but doesn't developing a game himself
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in the others segments of his life
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visiting not only do we have to
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sacrifice cargo over all these policies
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well we've got a new make sure that all of these four years of my life on a
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daily basis a weekly basis
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unless i'm investing and causing growth
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making these things grow
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than what is is that
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you see
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that the president by the first examples of scott successful businessman but was
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corrupt
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will come to the president will kind of thing people do you think he attracts as
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his wife
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as a friend talking about the cause of the attract
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materialistic people and then the puzzle confidence in his state
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y con attract good friend
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fuel cells
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okay you a whole purpose of life you'll gold
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is just to make money
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and you are not someone who is
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cynthia
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and joss
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and humbling your dating the money major corrupt up is that how many people when
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they make money
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suddenly they become very and you know arrogant because of this
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proceed into the world of info
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and please and then he's unhappy here
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and it becomes stress
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the whole life everything fractures his whole things out balance
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they fracture
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that make sense everyone
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noggin this is why it what you know why i say that you know if there is a
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like this is the gold tool this is called the framework
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if it makes sense to everyone
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this a common sense too
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then you know that it's something which
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i think is the you know make sense
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that makes sense to everyone
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i'm giving you know this is something you can all take away through
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and look at myself in terms of how much of my balance
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in the old everything on this isn't how much of their is all of this focused
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so you'll find out sometimes
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this is all about and then sometimes that is our bonds
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and so you've got to keep warm
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aligning your life
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okay towards the
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a economy objective
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intently from the south
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this move on
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and painted some what a call
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time management now
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this difficult but ended as usual left
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one of the most important ed frameworks i've come across
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of the best friend work requirement for no comfort this one up here
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despite some uncle steven covey
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ceo vp wise on google is called the time matrix
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and it's it's about to make it and what he does he describes
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heeheehee divides activities in terms of how important they offer
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and how sergeant they are
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sohu so for example hip this one this box
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he says these are two key they're not important and they're not budget
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not important not urgent
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kisi
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surfing escapism chilling
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playing video games
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you know what it's not really important
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video games are not important issue in the world championship for xbox or
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something like that
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escapism is just daydreaming
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read finance escape from reality
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okay and trying to just
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so these are and that you know
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for example
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they see that you know someone spending alva six hours before i was just
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watching tv
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they spent four hours doing things which are not important and knowledge in
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now the other opposite is things which are very important
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and the other chimps over example study for exam tomorrow
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pay my overdue bills welcome project
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visit my family member who is in hospital
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so important
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very urgent glad that now
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that now
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as a legal and all you have a hottie everyone ideal how he divides the
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activities
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that has been probably what basically often to do is okay
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that oscar sells the question
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most of your time which books do you live in
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does this say the law about who you are and how you manage time
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which will tell you
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so that it doesn't make sense
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when we get an example for it
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main what looks like what what box would you say your id
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most of the time
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the majority of the time which books
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okay uh... jim but more important
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okay that's good
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so it can be an example of stuff that you do
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how you put into that box
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planning ahead yet
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okay good planning ahead
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okay finding doesn't come
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notion
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it when it's not worth it
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okay so for example
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uh... i have a exactly six weeks time i give you an example six weeks on the
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roof
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i'm revising for the exam six weeks before it happens
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it's not urgent needs them
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simpleton it's not urgent link six weeks beforehand so therefore it never gets
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urgent
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jonathan
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because i'm always well prepared for it
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planning ahead for it
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anyone else tell me where they might find themselves in this
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blocks and out
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explain how it works
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looked at them
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important
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clearly in the pup and poor knowledge in here
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okay could
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okay say
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aggressive it's all plants all range organize good
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who's got someone who's in a slightly different books
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anti-business people here
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men when their own business
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any students here
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well the way where are you
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for christ
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pastor and knowledge in there
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analyzing
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but i was very good here honda dealer
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okay let me give you an example you know and the last group there was one velvet
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healing important and action
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is the best in who for everything is a crisis
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everything is an emergent
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alpha brother has a blood pressure
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three hide myself
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because everything is what we call this is gorgeous to connote running around
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always trying to fix things
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why
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because you leave them for so long and then they become urgent that make sense
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eileen so i didn't call my mom all week
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and then i realize all of the horrible calling the number one hundred one of
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the things to do the whole piled up
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and it becomes atomic
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for people it just goes to show you a person is is not organizing their time
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for the way that's what time should be organizes this
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eighty percent of what we should be
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doing isn't important things
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but not ledgent
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and by doing them beforehand
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they never become urgent
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so for example if i pay my bill on time
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it doesn't become budget because the l_a_ when i get the red let up
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and change that
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reminder notice and then i read all reminder notice
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but then dissolve the things up to the congress because i've got all these
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other things as well
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to see the point
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that you've you've listed until everything becomes overwhelming
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so eighty percent of what we do have to be
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now if you walk because it was always putting all the time you burn out
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and you'll get ya overstressed as a result that you end up here
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trying to escape
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from your responsibility
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that is why these two are extremes
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the position and this is this is what we call being
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proactive visit will be cool taking responsibly for time that you plan well
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ahead of in involves
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you realize what your proprietors are treated so again the an example of
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something which is the budget and the more important
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if i
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my mobile phone i have
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ten the schools
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on my mobile phone
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what roger's right
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return all ten calls would you think
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okay
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all right that's one thing i can do
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because he was called me the most i'll prioritize them
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uh... what is that really is it that you know
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at best way to do it this and i realize the on patrol have fun with ten calls
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you know cal to the one who's called me the most
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okay that's one strategy canoes
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could be important you're right
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the applicant
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that's right and so if you're right it could be the perfect for the most
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then is the most important but you know when i look at it and calls r say ok two
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of you know what these three other most important
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these are the ones or call back the system only for another time i don't
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understand why with a cool them regularly anyway
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a call them when his knowledge in c
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so that way it was do you get the condos
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prioritization you have to prioritize high priority needle party
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no party has to do this but in all
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yukon expect to reply to every email
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and andrea
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accord conduit
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otherwise it's been was a time emailing and calling i'm not doing any kind of
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activity
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you've got to go on the online you'll find it as it does this make sense to
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everyone does it make sense
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what what what what what we're trying to here yet
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is a disease will find one
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yeah useful
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isn't it's useful because you know exactly what happens
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and in particular
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waste of time so that hit so gain the weight it looks a bit is this
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note don't do these things stop doing these things which waste your time
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and take away those important critical alice
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instead
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shift but i'm from here they're here
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and dil everything is its planned in advance what enough
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it doesn't become important
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so that you know on elgin so that you know that go around overstressed
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and uh... it
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condom anxious and what you have to tell someone how concord new
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you know you explain why you concord so this is that this is the kind of
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that the balance in terms of how we spend our time and how we can actually
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manage our time
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aliso as a result of this
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the daily routine is much more planned
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spanish with at there's always a little bit eighty-three rule won't go too much
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the eighty twenty rule is again this idea that uh... eighty percent of your
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time
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i gave you know you really do to focus on what is that
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a cousin for the six hours eighty percent of the six l four hours
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on important useful and beneficial activities
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so if i go back now too so i have this
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you know you got the segments of our life now what do you do now is this
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just official please
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av take about five minutes
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i want you to identify something
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and normally i said in the doodle sitting beforehand
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i wanted to write down what is your goal
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that way you want to just look at
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resembled point in twelve
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months time one year time from now
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what do you want to have achieved
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in your goal
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in your life
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twelve in twelve months time one year
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and i want you to write down
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what you'll do
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in terms of the important beneficial useful activities
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that you will do
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and these sacrifices that i will give up
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the ino under four hours i spend
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other six hours on the focus just on the import
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useful and any fish activities
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so uh... tis i make sense they want to question
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right right so you know i'll give you what legal three minutes ago three
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minutes to write down
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first what is your gordon twelve months time secondly
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this city
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that important useful and beneficial
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activities you want to do everyday
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just try to focus prioritize though one goal number one goal
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most important goal
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the goal of a stain on the first thing call you in the room that gives you
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the motivation i really want to do this goal
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i'm tryin
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americans from building up okay what do i need to do in terms of the segments of
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my life
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though is that clear to everyone
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no institute
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no no know it could be both it could be doing at being whatever your goal is
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going to be mutual either of the tree
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will commit mixture of both
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and could be a professional goal
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it could be a lifestyle goal who could be develop where everyone matter
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in example so we're going to do is is that into a month's time away
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these in establishing
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anytime pain which shows
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the e deol off before they'll you know really kind of uh... challenges the
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whole
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kind of sir
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you know the objectives of the evi l
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so this was a man said they want to do this disco coming this defense league
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you know this group of uh...
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racist somewhere
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so for some sales on dl good gohil
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you know i got blown
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wanting to websites at the moment so i know that twelve months time
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i've got to put the timing
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to achieve this too
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as one of my websites man with a scottrade track to component solve
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decided that if i buy by pad to intake it's a one-in-four useful things i can
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get into what did you mean by dole as a tool
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to do that the way the system
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you know did this to the justice department and i've had figured so
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another person might say that i need to lose weight because on the heart disease
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but by the keys so in twelve months time on each of these two stone and in or
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need to
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the eating more healthily
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andy field again whatever that goal is
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you know i gave you the idea for segment sometimes you have sex ed mentioned
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you could have
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twenty segments in your life sometimes it this is another thing won't mind body
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soul
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home look
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society five games in a way that uh... you know you must be structured as well
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important benefit so useful
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towards
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you'll twelve-year-old you'll go an intro
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i was going one way to go
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total amount of gold next year going to do by miss miss gent
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madonna cathedral government sharing the stage
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twelve months time
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one can have that goal
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so you know so when i went back to the bill back all the way important youthful
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beneficial
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you know that this is an activity if you do it
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it directly supports achievement of your goal
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that statement so for example remember in peacetime activities a first
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acquiring knowledge
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getting experience
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and learning from a teacher
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those three things
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generally
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are the broad categories
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if it's football
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it's more proximal
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this is an approach
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getting more knowledgeable of the why i have to do is a professional
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or as a as a sport first
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so these are important beneficial useful things only
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but there was no finish up your ideas and then we got to be a feedback
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inshallah
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here two three minutes their feedback
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well i want to tell me
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who want to tell me about their goal one and what they've got
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seven professional box office three things you have to do to do that
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we're going to go out for an eagle kosher
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okay da ok masha left and uh... what knowledge of you know about how to keep
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your weight down and things
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knowledge
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who's got
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of him a message of the prime good good and which to adjust to be identified
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now used to kid i think you'll need to and a half hours i thought that anyone
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out
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and our divided into two ha files one how far in another half hour by
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investment you stick to that idea
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ornamental
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thrown in the middle here who's got a
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okay
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marshall excellent commander so gay sensing you know that the knowledge
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there with a teacher practice
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these are very important things than john
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but one wall
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one more
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appeal crimes what we've got some things i different
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frame of mind
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you know one
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but it was not just before we finish
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and you can comment support any comments on this workshop
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useful
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and please by all means be honest with me electric power
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okay so it does it was a clear the costings i'll give me a minute some
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important too
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takeaway
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this one here you can be assessing a film all the time
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but they going back on the one in od before that that that the timescale
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julio little six hours of the date remember that six hours or so i have
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to me
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to achieve what you want to chief
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a day to get one which you make a difference
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uh...
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none of that kind
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decision now i must tell you know what this as an inborn point you know people
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were hardly structure update around five some as well
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no generally most people if they did was full of these structure did a round two
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things
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one is a nine to five
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and the prayer and that or it's breakfast
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the thing that happened something here that's of the other people do is also
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your honor we have twice i left
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and always to structure around
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because i had some archival
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anymore comment one comedy show up
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everything at me and well for a comical
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not be shot i think it's very important and it really this is a workshop that we
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do with baba hold a workshop on
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assembled the dole thing as well
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time management then i do quite a few other things as well because of the
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other thing is that look part time management is not only planning feminism
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we have to the plan
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and you know when i said i wanted to go away think think about
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it was possible to put into a timetable on a plan i've got to write yourself
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accord is hardly you know uh... because that way to structure and i'm not sure
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looking in holding myself to account
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based on my structure of all the other thing impala plan is this
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i know that i'm gonna come across some obstacles along the way i know that is
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going to be some barriers i'm not that i'm gonna get the motivated
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but also ahead of the meeting unnoticed that happened to the department
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how their jump over the obstacles
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okay when they come to me as well as the sizzle game poway effective controller
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of the roosevelt when i'm around inshallah on silver tomorrow so if you
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need to ask any questions that come in as many questions as well