People who are successful generally have goals. People who aren’t, don’t. Study after study proves this.

But as James Clear recently wrote on his blog, Warren Buffet actually recommends you have two lists.

His recommendation is simple.

Make a list of the top twenty-five things you want to accomplish. Then, circle the five most vital. Put those five goals on a “definitely do” list and the other twenty on an “avoid doing at all costs” list until you’ve done the other five.

Pretty clever.

Read James’ post. His observations are pretty insightful!

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