Judge Your Progress By What You’re Doing Less Of, Not More

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Here’s a counterintuitive thought for you — instead of judging your progress by what you now do, judge it by what you no longer do.

Success is about doing less, better.

The common thinking is that, in order to get better, you need to do more things than you don’t currently do. Sometimes that means creating new habits on top of the ones…

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I speak, coach, and write about confidence, self-talk, and stress management. I also live for cozy mysteries and bad (read: good) puns.

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Robin Sacks

Robin Sacks

I speak, coach, and write about confidence, self-talk, and stress management. I also live for cozy mysteries and bad (read: good) puns.

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