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Find a way to simplify.  So many make things much more difficult than they have to be.  They add extra, and sometimes, unnecessary steps to the process.  They go out of their way to prepare or are upset about things not working.

Look at the way you operate on a day-to-day basis.  Break down the entire day of operations to identify opportunities to simplify.  Before you go to work, when you’re at work, how you prepare or don’t prepare for things, and how you organize your life.  Literally everything.  List these items to see where you can improve!

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“Create a simplified version in order to execute at a higher level.”

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Loads of people out there make things harder than they have to be.  For example, what are the easiest foods to eat that fall within the guidelines?  When’s the best time of day to do my work in order to be the most effective?  Breaking down the silos will greatly simplify and create less stress in your life.

Less stress = better execution, results, and a happier life

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