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Do you feel sluggish? Not exactly suffering, but lacking willpower to keep an exercise regime or a new dietary plan for more than a week? Are you unable to find the needed inner strength to do the activities that you know will boost your lifestyle? Welcome to the club! “I have no self-control. What should […]
Many people wish they had the advantages of more self-control. But fewer know that the trait can be costly, too
«heightened expectations for the high self-control person, leading them to feel more burdened by the reliance that others have on them»
The key to greater happiness and peace of mind
«President John F. Kennedy, I might suggest that you “Ask not what your life can do for you; ask what you can do for your life.” It’s a matter of flipping your perspective»
Change is inevitable — but it’s not out of your control.
Self-control is all in your head
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