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Priorities & The Art of Pruning:

Priorities & The Art of Pruning:

Dec 11, 2014-- As life gets busier and busier, many find that it is almost impossible to juggle new ideas, new challenges or perhaps even new relationships. According to James Clear, this is where the analogy of pruning a rose bush comes into play: before we exhaust ourselves with trying to perfect the big picture perfect, we need to make careful and difficult decisions about what to cut out or trim back on. Doing this allows our lives to blossom to their full potential. Clear shares more about how to prioritize and "prune" our lives in this piece. (22078 reads)


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