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4-dimensional New Year resolution


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  • Focus on what is most fundamental and most important in your life and business – technology and socialising are ‘double-edged swords’ that can distract you from the ultra-simplicity we need in a complex world.
  • Each of us have a limited supply of time, energy and focus – make sure your demand and supply match.
  • Satisfaction (and dissatisfaction) is a function of expectation, so set realistic expectations for every aspect of life. Stretch, strive but not strain!
  • Given the highly interdependent world we live in, optimise the human talent around you in every sphere of life.
Wishing you inner peace in 2014 and beyond!

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