Plan For Failure: How to be Consistent

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Learn how to be consistent while avoiding the common mistakes and pitfalls that most people make. Read this article to learn more.

Cynthia Kivland‘s insight:

Do you have a process for failure when creating new habits?   Forget about being perfect!  Accept that failing is part of the habit change process!

How have you used failure to learn and move on?

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