Thirty Seconds That Can Change Your Life: A Decision-making Guide for Those Who Refuse to Be Mediocre
It takes only a single, 30-second decision to change your work or personal life for the better. Getting to that point is what is more complex, and getting there depends on the decisions you make and the context you use to make those decisions.
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