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Your Life Is Perfectly Designed to Produce the Result You’re Currently Getting

If it were possible to narrow down the Johnson Letter Lessons to a list of the top ten, this one would be in the running—it’s that important. No matter where you are in life, no matter what age you are, no matter where you work or where you live, no matter what your family situation […]

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You Are Who You Are And Where You Are Because That’s What You Really Want

Have you ever wanted to achieve something or change something in your life and then a month or six months or a year or five years later realized that nothing has changed? Maybe you wanted to Lose some weight (or get in shape) Get straight A’s Learn a language Become more confident Be a truth-teller, […]

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If Someone Somewhere Is Succeeding At What You’re Not, Own That You May Be the Problem

As you’re hopefully picking up in these letters, there are only a handful of issues that will hinder your success more than excusitis and blame. Unfortunately, the natural tendency for most people when they’re not succeeding at something is to look for a reason why they’re not succeeding at that thing. For example, I can’t do math […]

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