How to do Complete Work

Are you finishing what you’ve started?

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We all work.

But what does it look like to do complete work?

It might sound strange, but most of us don’t finish what we start.

And your knee-jerk reaction is probably going to be, “I don’t know about that D.A., my billions of Medium articles, shiny new Lambo, and 12,000 square foot…




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