You Don’t Have To Do Everything In One Day.

One of the best things about using a to-do list is that it gets off your mind all the little things swirling around in your head that are preventing you from developing creative solutions to the many issues you face.

You spend all day burning mental energy worrying about everything you think you have to do…

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I help people learn to manage their lives and time better so they can experience joy and build a life they are truly proud of. www.carlpullein.com

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