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Why Arent More Extremely Busy People Incredibly Successful?

Finally another post with Oprah Winfrey.
So simple and right. Set your goals.
Set your actions and do it, day by day.

BY JEFF HADEN, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, INC.@JEFF_HADEN

Scientists (and Oprah Winfrey) Say Another Factor Matters a Lot More

Have an engaging time that will help you move forward.


As John Wooden said, never mistake activity for achievement.

Everyone knows that running, like any form of exercise, is good for you. Science agrees: Running makes you happier. Helps you stay mentally sharp. Helps you burn more calories, even after your workout is done.

Read it here.


Missing some details? Please visit the linked source to see the complete original article. What is your impression? Did the content make you think? Then I would be pleased to receive your opinion in the form of a feedback or comment. There are so many exciting things to discover.
Sincerely,

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You are what you do — day after day after day.“

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