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All or nothing?

Despite our noble quest to stick with the perfect diet, time management practice, morning routine, or any new habit, most endeavors end in failure to adhere consistently, long-term.

One of my lessons has been that time spent testing to find a method that is “perfect for me” is more valuable than just adhering to any system that is supposed to be perfect.

In a sentence:  The mediocre method you stick with is far better than the perfect method you abandon.

“Progress, not perfection” – Robert McCall (Denzel Washington) – “The Equalizer”

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