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Where do you start when you want to change something? Often we aim too high by setting ourselves targets that seem unattainable, or are too abstract. Leo Babauta has some answers in The Half Step That Will Change Your Life, and Oliver Burkman discussed the importance of small victories in his column recently.

 

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