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3 Ways To Bloom During This Spring


3 Ways To Bloom During This Spring

3. Accountability
Write down your plans/vision and read it often.  Also get someone to hold you accountable, a friend, family member, or a coach.  You will be surprised how your levels of commitment and productivity will increase. 

As Neale Donald Walsch said, “by your decisions you paint a portrait of who you are”.  Use this new season to bloom into your authentic self.  Stay focused and encouraged; what new decisions will you choose to make during this spring?

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