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Get in the habit of motivating yourself.

Motivation is a habit, and like all habits, if you want it to become second nature, you must practice it. And practice it on a regular basis.

Set aside 15 to 20 minutes a day to think about your goals, your progress, where you see yourself now, and where you want to be. Find positive affirmations that are meaningful to you and recite them — in your mind, in the car, or in front of a mirror.

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