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All or nothing is a trap

It's not Crossfit or zero exercise.

It's not perfect nutrition or all junk food.

It's not billionaire or a failure.

Few things in life are all or nothing, although we live in a world that amplifies extremes.

You can maximize your output and see dramatic, rapid changes based on your unique goals and available time. You don't have to choose between the extremes.

One way to avoid the trap of extremes when deciding to do something you "should do" is to ask: "What's the one small thing I can do to start trending in the right direction?"

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