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The Not-Do List: 9 Things You Need To Stop Doing

We’ve all familiar with creating a to-do list to increase our productivity. Another list which can jumpstart our productivity is the not-do list – things we shouldn’t do. By being conscious of what to avoid, it’ll automatically channel our energy into things that we want to do. Doing both hand in hand will maximize our performance. If you want to take your productivity to the next level, here are 9 habits avoid:

1. Trying to do everything
I mention 80/20 rule a lot in my articles because it’s true. And I’ll repeat again. Not all tasks are equal. Each task has its own importance. In fact by the 80/20 rule, 20% of the tasks on our to-do list account for 80% of the value. So cut ferociously at your to-do list and slice away the 80% low-value tasks. When you’ve streamlined it to the minimum essential, laser focus all your energy on those 20% high value ones. Do the same thing the next day. Rinse and repeat. Keep only the absolute important things and let go of the rest.
Read Strategy #6 on 13 Strategies To Jumpstart Your Productivity for more on the 80/20 rule.

2. Answering all emails (or calls and messages for that matter)
I used to think I have to reply to all emails until I noticed that not all my emails were replied to. In fact, many weren’t, even when they were follow-up replies to reader mails asking for help. Seemingly, all the effort that go into meticulously typing, wording and formatting my mails wasn’t really getting me anywhere. I would be stuck in email land the whole day long with no output to claim of my own except for an increase in mails in my sent box. So I began to selectively reply to higher priority emails , and the world didn’t stop. In fact, I now have more time to create more high value content and articles for readers, which is a big win for everyone.

6. The ones who claim to be happy procrastinating are usually living in an illusion. 4. so instead I put them in my do-later list. If the perfectionist side of you is hindering you from getting things done in the first place. Once you start. Thinking you have to do everything immediately Apart from my to-do list and not-do list. Get started on your most important projects now and stop putting them off. This is to collect the items that drop in mid-way through the day. I’ve never come across anyone who gets authentic joy and happiness from procrastination. where you work on the core content. usually administrative. yet practical steps which can help you move out of the procrastination cycle. it’s the perfectionist in us that causes many of us to procrastinate (see #4). Putting important tasks off Procrastination is the mind killer. I have a “Reply by Tue/Thu/Sat” folder where I archived mails to deal with on the respective days. It’s much easier this way than trying to get everything right in the 1st version. nitty gritty tasks that don’t take much time but aren’t majorly important too. I’ve written 11 simple. Get into the notion of ‘drafts’ – let yourself work on a 1st draft. 5. I also have a do-later list. I batch and process everything at one go. that’s something you should look into. it gets easier. Then at the end of the day. but that’s just setting yourself for a jam later on. It’s all about a matter of getting started. alternating from “Oh I’m happy the way I am” to “I wish I don’t have to do this” to “Sigh I wish I started earlier” in a matter of seconds. Don’t subject yourself to such a situation. It’s a lot more effective.3. If I drop what I’m doing at the moment to work on them it can be disruptive. and it’s not worth it. It may seem like a good idea to put off that task now. Likewise for my emails. Out of all the people I’ve met in all my life. Being hung up over details . Give yourself the permission to make mistakes which you can correct later on. then return for a 2nd or 3rd draft where you iron out the little details. Trying to get things perfect the first time round Interesting. I do this when writing my articles and my books and my productivity is higher.

your thoughts and your actions. say for 5 or 10 minutes. While it may take a bit of time in the beginning. Not taking breaks Humans are not robots. your emotions. Go for the bigger picture. your days become very sharp and focused. perhaps it’s good to spend some time to think over them. Right now everything is going on track and I’m excited to see the final outcome. that’s more important to you. which says “Trying to get everyone to like you is a sign of mediocrity”. so don’t spend too much time sweating over it. 7. However. While robots can sustain constant output over a long period of time. my biggest goal is to finish and release my 2nd book. You’ll find your focus markedly higher when you return. Read Strategy #1 of 13 Strategies To Jumpstart Your Productivity for more about setting your targets. Trying to please everyone I like this quote by Colin Powell. So schedule a short break in between your work hours. I have clear monthly goals and targets which I work toward and review every week. Otherwise. Not having clear goals Do you know your goals for this month? How about your goals for this year? And the next year? If you can answer these 3 questions with absolute certainty and conciseness. You’re never going to be able to control what others think. don’t be so obsessed with details that it holds you back. then maybe it’s not worth worrying so much about it now. we need to rest and recharge. This month. . and these help me to stay on track towards my longterm goals. 9. Does this matter a year from now? 3 years from now? 5 years? If not. Being conscious of this goal has helped me to push away the unimportant tasks and prioritize the ones essential for the launch. after you work out your priorities. and on people who do deserve your attention and love. 8. I’m a very detail oriented person myself. so I can meet the launch timing.Being detail oriented is good. Instead. then you’re good to go. and take a breather. work on the things you have control over – yourself. Try it for a week – You’ll find it’s a lot more rewarding this way. Spend your energy in the creation process.

its time to move on. you are what you eat. Exercising gets endorphins pumping through out your body and make you feel good. If possible.How to Improve your life Ehow. Take your mom and/or dad out for the afternoon for lunch or whatever hobby they are into. you are reducing your life expectancy and greatly reducing the quality of your life. Perhaps a transfer within the company is all you need. (4) Go organic. You should do your best to be happy with what you do. Pick up the phone and call them. If you spend your day eating foods treated with chemicals and pesticides. Go out and get high on life! . Change what you eat and you'll be feeling much better. (2) Spend more quality time with your family. make plans to go out together. (6) Get some exercise. Email is nice but a phone call is so much better. If you are a smoker.com Instructions (1) Quit Smoking. lose weight. If you work full time you are spending most of your waking hours at work. (5) Change your job or career if need be. you'll be feeling quite toxic. Remember. If you feel that you are in a rut at work. Talk to your doctor about a weight loss program that's right for you if you need help. You will feel physically and mentally better about yourself if you get to a healthy weight. Reconnect with siblings. If you have children. Talk to your HR person to see if there is something for you somewhere else. this means spending special time reading books and playing games together. Quit smoking and you'll feel better about yourself. (3) If you are overweight.

5 years of actively pursuing growth and helping others to grow through my personal development blog. be sure to take time for yourself to go on vacation. As I thought about the meaning of life. I’m very passionate about personal growth. For sure. The more I grow. Here they are: 1. there is always something about ourselves we can improve on. I was 22 and in my final year of university.(7) Get some sunshine and fresh air. so much that I have to learn. At that time. then we have something in common. so I’ll be checking them out soon. the more wisdom you expose yourself to. Go out and get some sunshine and be happy. The Science of Getting Rich and Living the 80/20 Way. Its a known fact that people who get very little sunshine have more suicidal thoughts than those who get a lot of sun. As a passionate advocate of growth. (8) Take a vacation! Whether you have any vacation time or just weekends available. Some of them are simple steps which you can engage in immediately. Who Moved My Cheese. Read a book every day. I’ve heard positive reviews for The Tipping Point. the more I realize there is so much out there I don’t know. What are some books you can start reading to enrich yourself? Some books I’ve read and found useful are Think and Grow Rich. I realize there is never an end to the journey of self improvement. I’m continuously looking for ways to self-improve. Books are concentrated sources of wisdom. The human potential is limitless. . Some are bigger steps which takes conscious effort to act on. Whenever we think we are good. It was just 4 years ago when I discovered my passion for growing and helping others grow. The more books you read. 7 Habits. so it’s impossible to reach a point of no growth. we can be even better. Outliers and The Difference Maker. It is through improving ourselves that we get the most out of life. I’ve compiled 42 of my best tips which might be helpful in your personal growth journey. 42 Practical Ways To Improve Yourself Are you someone who likes to grow? Do you constantly seek to improve yourself and become better? If you do. The American culture has a lot to learn from the Europeans when it comes to vacation time. I realized there was nothing more meaningful than to pursue a life of development and betterment. After 1. Perhaps we are so uptight because we just don't have enough vacation time.

I feel it’s because when you wake up early. Have a weekly exercise routine. football. among other self-help gurus) to improve your productivity and your quality of life. Your environment sets the mood and tone for you. pottery. All of us have fears. 4. If you have played video games before especially RPGs. 7. 5. What skills can you level up? Wake up early. I’m constantly leveling up my writing skills. I decided this was the end of it – I started on a “Mega Room Revamp” project and overhauled my room. Mandarin and Hokkien (a Chinese dialect). You may want to mix it up with jogging. As a Singaporean Chinese. gym lessons and swimming for variation. Out of interest. A better you starts with being in better physical shape. Take up a new course. at least 30 minutes each time. golf. you are going to be inspired every day. Overcome your fears. is there something new you can pick up? Any new sport you can learn? Examples are fencing. 5-6am) has been acknowledged by many (Anthony Robbins. etc. your mindset is already set to continue the momentum and proactively live out the day. . For example. it represents something I’ve yet to address.2. Fear of uncertainty. Seth recently wrote a waking up early series which you should check out to help cultivate this habit. Your new hobby can also be a recreational hobby. Robin Sharma. wine appreciation. I always think of fears as the compass for growth. Beyond just your usual favorite hobbies. Learning something new requires you to stretch yourself in different aspects. Italian cooking. If you are living in an inspirational environment. The end result? A room I totally relish being in and inspires me to be at my peak every day. whether physically. I took up language courses in the past few years such as Japanese and Bahasa Indonesian. dancing. I’ve been to a few workshops and they have helped me gain new insights which I had not considered before. and addressing it helps me to grow. rock climbing. 6. or ice skating. Level up your skills. In the past. canoeing. As a blogger. Recognize that your fears reflect areas where you can grow. fear of public speaking. Create an inspirational room. As a speaker. I realized learning a language is a whole new skill altogether and the process of acquainting with a new language and culture is a totally a mind-opening experience. A few years ago. Pick up a new hobby. fear of risk… All our fears keep us in the same position and prevent us from growing. English. you’ll know the concept of leveling up – gaining experience so you can be better and stronger. web design. I personally make it a point to jog at least 3 times a week. my main languages are 3. Is there any new course you can join? Courses are a great way to gain new knowledge and skills. 8. mentally or emotionally. It doesn’t have to be a long-term course – seminars or workshops serve their purpose too. I’m constantly leveling up my public engagement abilities. I didn’t like my room at all because I thought it was messy and dull. Waking up early (say. 9. If I have a fear about something. Learn a new language.

Set a challenge (weight loss. your values and goals. Sort of like your manual for your life. financial challenge. What are BHAGs you can . you’re literally growing as you learn to act in new circumstances. Through the process. Scientifically. exercise. 16. Identify your blind spots. 11. such as your purpose. In comparison. 12. 14. Competition is one of the best ways to grow. both of you will gain more than if you were to set off on the target alone. BHAGs stretch you beyond your normal capacity since they are big and audacious – you wouldn’t think of attempting them normally. Then start working to become the person you want to open that letter. Write a letter to your future self. family. What do you see yourself as 5 years from now? Will you be the same? Different? What kind of person will you be? Write a letter to your future self – 1 year from now will be a good start – and seal it. What is your comfort zone? Do you stay in most of the time? Do you keep to your own space when out with other people? Shake your routine up. even if I may already think I know my own blind spots (but then they wouldn’t be blind spots would they?). By exposing yourself to a new context. A life handbook is an idea I started 3 years ago. Get out of your comfort zone. For example. Ask for feedback. boss. Some people to approach will be friends. I use Free Sticky Notes to manage my to-do lists. It’s always fun to do the exercise because I discover new things about myself. Do something different. Discovering our blind spots help us discover our areas of improvement. Real growth comes with hard work and sweat. Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs). Asking for feedback gives us an additional perspective. One exercise I use to discover my blind spots is to identify all the things/events/people that trigger me in a day – trigger meaning making me feel annoyed/weird/affected. and this is why I’m writing this now! Since my work requires me to use my computer all the time. Basically. Make a date in your calendar to open it 1 year from now. It’s really simple to use and it’s a freeware. In personal development terms. As much as we try to improve. since they will have no preset bias and can give their feedback objectively.10. I’m a big fan of setting BHAGs. I work on steps to address them. so I recommend you check it out. the days when I don’t do this end up being extremely unproductive. blind spots are things about ourselves we are unaware of. Start your life handbook. or even acquaintances. I started my life handbook since 2007 and it’s been a crucial enabler in my progress. it’s a book which contains the essentials on how you can live your life to the fullest. part of my to-do list for today is to write a guest post at LifeHack. I start my day with a list of tasks I want to complete and this helps make me stay focused. Being too comfortable doesn’t help us grow – it makes us stagnate.Org. we will always have blind spots. Put someone up to a challenge. 13. 15. These represent my blind spots. After that. blind spots refer to areas our eyes are not capable of seeing. Stay focused with to-do lists. colleagues. etc) and compete with an interested friend to see who achieves the target first. 17.

Start a journal. There are times when there are difficult people you can’t avoid. As you write. Learn how to deal with them. exercising (#9). As Jim Rohn says. Cultivate a new habit. Wherever we go. Start a blog about personal development. both from yourself and from . you gain more insights about yourself. There are expectations of you. such as at your workplace. Your journal can be private or an online blog. 20. acknowledge them. Everyone has flaws. 24. and address them. What is something you have been meaning to do? How can you take action on it immediately? Waiting doesn’t get anything done. Quit a bad habit. clarify your thought process and read what you wrote from a third person’s perspective. Think about people you admire. 27. Learn from your friends. To help others grow. These people management skills will go a long way in working with people in the future. Try thinking of a good friend right now. you need to first be walking the talk. Everyone has amazing qualities in them. 18. Learn to deal with difficult people. These people reflect certain qualities you want to have for yourself too. Learn from people who inspire you. Avoid negative people. What’s most important is to understand them. Get into action. Think about just one quality they have which you want to adopt. which you’ll feel absolutely on top of the world once you complete them? Set them and start working on them. It’s up to how we want to tap into them. 22. they are going to have things you can learn from. 25. or when the person is part of your inner circle of contacts. Acknowledge your flaws. “You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with”. What do you think are your flaws? What are the flaws you can work on now? How do you want to address them? 19. Is there any other new habit you can cultivate to improve yourself? 23. It’s a selfreflection process. Don’t spend too much of your time around them if you feel they drag you down. Taking action gives you immediate results to learn from. reading a new personal development article a day (#40) and meditating. they will be more than happy to help! 26. there are bound to be negative people. With all the friends who surround you. Are there any bad habits you can lose? Oversleeping? Not exercising? Being late? Slouching? Nail biting? Smoking? Here’s some help on how you can quit a bad habit. People who inspire you. What are the qualities in them you want to have for yourself? How can you acquire these qualities? 21. Some good new habits to cultivate include reading books (#1). I use my personal development blog as a personal journal too and I’ve learned a lot about myself through the past year of blogging. Journaling is a great way to gain better self-awareness. How can you learn from them and adopt this skill for yourself? Speak to them if you need to – for sure. waking up early (#8).embark on. The best way to learn and improve is to take action.

There’s no faster way to improve than to have someone work with you on your goals. Meditate. where I share my personal journey and insights on how to live a better life. After I started public speaking as a personal development speaker/trainer. the time I’ve freed up from not watching TV is now constructively used for other purposes. Interestingly. How better to learn than from the people who have been there and done that? Gain new insights from them on how you can improve and achieve the same results for yourself. such as connecting with close friends. I also realized that during the nights when I meditate (before I sleep). Break away from the past. Befriend top people in their fields. such as Othello. 32. and so on. I realized most of the programs and advertisements on mainstream TV are usually of a lower consciousness and not very empowering. I run The Personal Excellence Blog. The clutter clearing process is very liberating. Stop watching TV. plan. public speaking is the #1 fear in the world. doing work I enjoy. for myself and for the people I’m reaching out to. Readers look toward my articles to improve themselves. Toastmasters is an international organization that trains people in public speaking. I need lesser sleep. Meditation helps to calm you and be more conscious. Many of my clients approach me to coach them in their goals and they achieve significantly more results than if they had worked alone. Holding on to them prevents you from moving on and becoming a better person. Your goal can be to stick with a new habit or something you’ve always wanted to do but have not. 29. exercising. This time can be much better spent on other activities. Let go of the past. 35. etc.others. You can also learn strategy from other board games or computer games. with #2 being death. Chinese Chess. 34. The days when I don’t get on chat. Not only do you have fun. I realized having chat programs open at default result in a lot of wasted time. WarCraft. which you have to uphold. get into action. I found chess is a terrific game to learn strategy and hone your brainpower. In return. review and nail the goal. Start a 30-day challenge. Is there any grievance or unhappiness from the past which you have been holding on? If so. 30 days is just enough time to strategize. Get a mentor or coach. 36. I get a lot more done. 31. it’s time to let it go. Check out the Toastmaster clubs nearest to you here. 30. skill sets and know-how. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking). These people have achieved their results because they have the right attitudes. you also get to exercise your analytical skills. forgive . I’ve not been watching TV for pretty much 4 years and it’s been a very liberating experience. 28. which enforces to me that I need to keep improving. I’ve learned a lot about how to communicate better. I usually disable the auto start-up option in the chat programs and launch them when I do want to chat and really have the time for it. Learn chess (or any strategy game). present myself and engage people. Set a goal and give yourself 30 days to achieve this. Reduce the time you spend on chat programs. 33.

Being able to forgive. The process of starting and developing my personal development business has equipped me with many skills. and love. Start a business venture. leadership. develop business acumen and have a competitive edge. and I have never been happier. but if you’ve no intention to commit to your personal growth. Kick off your growth by picking a few of the steps above and working on them. let go and show love to these people requires magnanimity and an open heart. The results may not be immediate. In fact. you’ll start seeing positive changes in yourself and your life. it doesn’t matter what I write. 37. Relax. 39. love them all the same. Make the decision to commit to your personal growth and embrace yourself to a life-long journey of growth and change. Just recently. notice how you feel as you behave kindly to others. start exuding more kindness to the people around you. reach out to them. If you ever stand for something. 40. Chances are. most of us don’t show enough kindness to people around us. Reach out to the people who hate you. some of which you can check here. I can be writing list articles with 10 ways. Even if they refuses to reciprocate. . Show them love. such as selfdiscipline. Not only that. Is there anything you have an interest in? Why not turn it into a venture and make money while learning at the same time? Starting a new venture requires you to be learn business management skills. rejuvenate and charge yourself up for what’s up ahead. I finally moved on from a past heartbreak of 5 years ago. your dad. Seek a resolution and get closure on past grievances. Commit to your personal growth. 42. me or LifeHack. 25 ways. Some of my readers make it a point to read at least one personal development article every day. As you get back to your day after reading this article later on. but I promise you that as long as you keep to it. Take a break. Read at least 1 personal development article a day. 38. 42 ways or even 1. your friend.000 ways to improve yourself. which I think is a great habit. Have you been working too hard? Self-improvement is also about recognizing our need to take a break to walk the longer mile ahead. We are responsible for our personal growth – not anyone else. patience. Not your mom. organization and management. 41. you will feel even better than yourself. You can never be too kind to someone. Show kindness to people around you. you are going to get haters. It’s easy to hate the people who hate us. It’s much more challenging to love them back. and see how they react. Is there anyone who dislikes or hates you in your life? If so. It’s much more liberating than to hate them back. Take some time off for yourself every week. and move on. You can’t be driving a car if it has no petrol. There are many terrific personal development blogs out there.yourself. Being kind helps us to cultivate other qualities such as compassion. Nothing is going to get through. The effect was liberating and very empowering.

get active with individuals in your network sharing ideas. you’d be a lot better off if you could get started working to counteract the problem before it happens. So before you find yourself out of a job or in some type of jam where you need help RIGHT AWAY. while you don’t need to: 1. please share with us too! 8 Life Lessons You Should Learn Today You grasp many life lessons only after making a mistake and realizing. every dollar of expense you eliminate is a dollar to be saved or invested for the proverbial “rainy day. Ask for help from your professional and personal networks.” 2. You then have to make quick (potentially painful) decisions about what in your lifestyle gets cut to avoid accumulating debt. that can be manageable in the short-term. As long as your income is rising. Cut your living expenses – dramatically. that’s not that big of a deal. If you’re in the US.” For some lessons. Far better (although maybe not easier) to pare back elements of your lifestyle well before you need to do so. It’s one thing to build a network and accumulate hundreds of contacts on LinkedIn. offering help. But having a name and skeletal contact information in an online list isn’t really an active network. . Twitter. Facebook. there’s a very real possibility you’re income won’t be rising for at least some period of time. In other areas. and asking for their assistance in areas which aren’t critical. there are so many material goods so readily available it’s easy to get caught up in accumulating as much stuff as you can. I wish I’d done something very different. A functioning network comes from knowing you can reach out to people for help and they’ll actually recognize you and respond. Here are eight of these life lessons you should consider addressing now. It also means first doing your part to benefit those within your network. and elsewhere online. Feel free to share your thoughts in a comment below and I’ll get back to you! If you have any other suggestions to add to the list.I’d love to hear your thoughts on this article or anything about personal growth. Not only does it curb potentially over-ambitious expectations for you (and your family) about what is “necessary” to be happy and fulfilled. plus those which exist in real life. Sooner or later though. Getting a comfortable and regular dialogue going with specific people will make it much easier to make the “big ask” when you’re in a real pinch. “Oh crap.

Seek out a career change. Plus. new practices. Social media both makes ongoing learning easier (through ready access to experts and information you’d never have been able to reach before) and harder (since many “experts” have no clue what they’re talking about). With so many uprooted at once in tremendously challenging economic times. you’re able to transition as seamlessly as possible to your next best alternative. which apply across multiple fields of study. The implication is you’ll benefit from doing some reading and practicing selling skills right now. or interact with others in any way (that should include everybody reading this) then you are certainly trying to convince people to adopt your point of view. That’s why it has been important (and will likely remain so) to anticipate what your first steps will be if you’re suddenly out of work. create a plan B (and maybe even a plan C) and work multiple options so if a potential career derailment strikes you.. What do you do? Make an active and very concerted effort to continue learning during and after you are in school. Far better to have a familiar command of a new discipline than learning from scratch in an accelerated time frame. . 6. new marketplace realities. The last few years have obviously seen a tremendous amount of uproar and change in the career prospects of millions. and being able to anticipate and respond to objections they pose. Jobs which seemed secure (in part because particular employers and industries appeared secure) have turned out not to be. In reality. you want or have to start your own business).e. Pay particular attention to techniques on how to learn more effectively and faster. you’ll be so much further along in achieving sales success. but also try to anticipate what you may be doing in the future to get a head start on learning in newer areas. Do you hear that popping sound? That’s your knowledge about whatever it is you do evaporating as new technology. if you ever find yourself needing to more actively sell (i. Hone your selling skills. Exercise. finding that next job has taken much longer. Sure this means more work and effort. As a result. identifying what needs and benefits are important to them.3. Doing so will help you improve at understanding others’ points of view. Get smarter. live. use every means you can to not only stay current on what you’re doing right now. Many people not in sales jobs have the mistaken belief they aren’t salespeople. That means you’re a salesperson. When you don’t really need to. or any of a thousand other things render your knowledge ineffective or downright incorrect. but better to be prepared ahead of time than thrown into a life crunch with no realistic preparation to exploit. 4. if you work. 5.

so I never did any in my 20s and most of my 30s. Pray. When my wife finally got me to work out and then signed me up with a trainer. My resistance was bolstered by the fact my weight was manageable.I always hated exercising. and had much less of a hurdle once I started exercising way too late. Be humble. Slowly but surely over the course of a couple of years. It will also ensure you’ll have many more friends should your fortunes turn because you’ll be supported by others who care about you and not what you’re accomplishing. When things are going well. 8. you’re not typically thinking about what life might be like when your situation isn’t going as well. Getting in touch with something bigger than you even if it only lies within yourself always helps put things in the proper perspective. If I’d been exercising all the way through. 7. And understanding the consolation spirituality provides when everything’s going your way allows you to understand the kind of spiritual second wind that can be yours when nothing’s going as you planned. Don’t you hate when you only hear from someone when they need something? Me too. Doing this will reduce the number of people who will be rubbed the wrong way by you reveling in your success. When things are booming. . controlled some of those problem areas. you’re best served by noticing the “little people” and adopting some of their orientation to humble service. although my waist size slowly increased by 6 inches in the years after getting married. And we’re not the only ones either. I lost all the weight and dramatically reduced my body fat percentage. take a little time to work on your spirituality. Only problem? There are areas (such as “love handles”) that show no signs of going away no matter how well I eat and work out. That can lead to overlooking others who are important contributors to your success. the initial physical assessment showed I was out of shape and had about 25 pounds to lose. irrespective of what or wherever you choose to do it. The irony is that at those times when things are going super for you. especially if they tend to stay in the background and embrace a servant leadership approach to how they conduct themselves. I’d have been in a lot better shape.

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