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Four Simple Ways to Spice up Your Goals to Make Them Intrinsically Motivating

Time to get excited and execute

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Most people fail to achieve the goals they set for themselves. A study done at the University of Bristol showed that 88% of those who set New Year’s resolutions fail, even though 52% were confident of success at the beginning.




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