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Every day is an opportunity to improve yourself. But, self-growth isn’t achieved through dreams, and aspirations. You need to make a concentrated effort to be productive, stay focused, and continue to improve yourself.

Innate talent, intelligence, and external circumstances only account for 25% of your long-term success in business. The other 75% comes from just three things:

  1. Your mindset and outlook
  2. Your ability to perceive difficult situations as a challenge rather than a stress
  3. Your social support system

An important way to manage my mindset and my outlook is to create a plan. I ensure that my days are productive by filling out a daily productivity planner! This provides an outlook for success. It assists me to find solutions to challenges. And, I can enlist support from my network as required.

This planner will allow you to plan out your goals each day and the details of how you plan to achieve those goals. Emphasize the relationships that mean the most to you, by writing down how you’ll improve them. This productivity planner helps me every day! Now, you can download Traci Bogan’s Daily Productivity Planner absolutely FREE!

Dare to Dream, Dreampreneurs,

—Traci

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Traci Bogan, Dreampreneur, provides coaching for following your dream and creating a purpose driven life. Check out the story of her journey in The Backpack Diaries — her best selling book that has just been optioned for a motion picture! It is the perfect summer read. Take a transformational journey around the world without leaving your own backyard.

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Traci Bogan — author, speaker, coach — is the world’s first Dreampreneur and leading expert on goal mastery and women’s empowerment. She is a renowned keynote speaker bringing inspiration and motivation to audiences around the world. Get in touch and let Traci entertain, enlighten, and empower your audience!

 

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