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Thinking in terms of continuums, not pendulums

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One of the most important mindsets you can have when changing your behaviour is understanding that actions happen on continuums, not all-or-nothing…

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A Canadian wellness coach starting deeper conversations around mindset and well-being / paulkeefe.substack.com/welcome

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A Canadian wellness coach starting deeper conversations around mindset and well-being / paulkeefe.substack.com/welcome

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