Do Your Commitments Match Your Convictions? For many of us, there's a gap between what we really want to do and what we actually do. And it often takes some sort of catastrophic event -- Personal or professional -- To prompt us to make a change. Here's a framework for analyzing your life preferences so you can act long before crisis strikes.
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