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The power of reflection cycles

 Do you know what happened this week? Last week, or the week before?

Most probably not. The reason is simple. You and I tend to drift on the river of life. It is very hard to shift our focus on what we are dragged into daily. The daily tasks, the daily decisions and lose the main focus of our existence.

 

By reviewing where you are, you can make better decisions. Create review cycles, minimum daily and add on top of that, weekly and monthly review cycles.

Try it and let me know if you see a difference.

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