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I am so excited to share this article with you. This is a book by a woman named Mary that is perfect for a self-employed entrepreneur. Her book is called Pink Roots, Purple Hair: The 3 Levels of Self-Awareness. The first section, “The Levels,” gives you a quick look into the three levels of self-awareness.
I think Mary’s book is a great read, especially if you just want to get some quick tips on how to be a more self-aware person. She also shares some good advice on how to get started and how to get more serious about your business. Mary is also a very well-known speaker and has her own book that’s just out called “Pink Roots, Purple Hair: The 3 Levels of Self-Awareness” You can check it out here.
I think my favorite part of Mary’s book is definitely the section on setting goals. She explains that it is good to make goals that are realistic, but also make them short and fun. What does this mean? Well, for a goal to be realistic it must be achievable, but you must also make it fun. As long as your goals are fun, we are willing to work towards them.
It is important to set goals. I am talking about both short and long-term goals. You will almost always be more motivated to work toward a short-term goal than a long-term goal. We can set short-term goals to work towards long-term goals. For example, we all have goals for our children’s future.
If we are talking about long-term goals, it is important to use short-term goals as an excuse to say, “I have an awesome long-term goal, and because I am not working towards it regularly I am not going to do it. Long-term goals should be achievable.
The two kinds of goals should be equally important. Short-term goals are easy to achieve, but difficult to maintain. Long-term goals are easy to achieve, but difficult to maintain. For example, if we set a long-term goal to never drink soda again, we are setting ourselves up for failure. But if we set a short-term goal to be the first person to get a soda bottle from the vending machine, we are setting ourselves up for success.
If you’re setting your priorities to one-off and short-term goals, then there are plenty of things that you don’t have to do. For example, let’s say I set a goal to never drink soda again. The next time I set a goal to never drink soda again, I’ll be thinking about the next time I drink soda.
The goal is set to have a drinkable level of personality. When I set a goal to have a drinkable level of personality, I have a sense of what I want to feel in every single drink. If I try to drink soda again, my brain will stop making sense of how much I want to be in every single drink.
Your goal as a person is to be a happy, well-adjusted human, not to have a drinkable level of personality. The moment you set any sort of goal to reach that goal, you become a different person. I cannot be a happy, well adjusted human if I do not have a drinkable level of personality.
So if you want to be happy, you need to have a drinkable level of personality, but not all people are like that. If they don’t, they’re going to be more annoying than ever.