Most people admit to being less productive than they would like to be. Then there are those individuals that seem to be able to squeeze 2 or 3 days’ worth of production out of 24 hours. The result is definitely not a difference in willpower or effort. This is not a case where most unproductive people are lazy. On the contrary, many people work very hard at trying to be more productive, but continually fall short of their goals. The difference often comes down to people spend their mornings. This e book will provide you with strategies to help you get your day of to the best possible start. This product is for your personal use only. This product cannot be sold or given away with PLR or re-sale rights.
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PRODUCTIVE MORNINGS? It's Easy When you make a START
When we try to change something about ourselves, we tend to bite off more than we can chew. A sedentary, out-of-shape person may make a New Year's resolution to go 100% vegetarian with their nutrition, run 5 miles a day, workout 3 times a week and save $5,000 over the course of the next year. This is virtually a guarantee to ensure you're going to fail, ending up with low self-esteem and the belief that you are just one of those people that can't form new, positive habits.
Find some real strategies to help you make the changes you want and for them to STICK.