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Personal fulfillment doesn’t have to be complicated. Consider this simple 4-step strategy:

1. List all the things you really suck at doing.

2. Identify the 50% (at a minimum) of your “suck at it list” that you can choose to ignore without any real problems.

3. Find people (even if you have to hire them) to do the other 50% of the things on the you “suck at it list.”

4. Pour your energy into what you do exceptionally well.

The result?

Collect your happiness and peace of mind annuity for the rest of your life!

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