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I am happy to do less of...

When we set out to improve ourselves or our situation, we set a list of goals, working out what we want need to do better, and focusing our energy on making that happen.

But all too often we forget that, as Sir Issac Newton tells us, for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction - allocating an extra hour a day to a goal MUST take an hour away from some other part of our lives.

That’s fine if we consciously decide to swap an hour of TV in the evening for an hour at the gym, but simply adding that gym session without working out where the time will come from means that we are setting ourselves up for failure.

Better, then, to make sure that we always balance the equation; for every ‘I want to do more of’ list, there needs to be and equal and opposite list of ‘what I am happy to do less of’…

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