A generally inspiring story, but I have to say, it’s difficult for me to read things like “#6. Your family is all you have…your family is what truly matters. Even when my friend had nothing, he still had his family by his side that supported him and helped make him smile.”
Couldn’t agree more. Think how many hours we’ve spent this year reading productivity articles. As you’ve said – all the same content repackaged over and over again. Here’s to a 2018 of action.
Thanks Emily! I’ve definitely spent many hours poring over productivity articles this year, only to repeatedly realize that almost all of it was content I’d seen countless times already. And I agree with you 100% — Here’s to a 2018 of action!
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