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Sure, an informal agreement with minimal documentation is easy, but it could cost you time, money, and referrals
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Action is a choice. Action is a conscious decision. Action is a success habit.
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Writing things down doesn’t just help us remember, it makes us more efficient because we are less likely to duplicate our efforts
These six habits are practiced, in one form or another, by almost all successful people