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It's easier to do it right the first time.

Of course, that assumes that you know what you're doing.
In order to recognize what doing it right would look like.

I don't really mean know what you're doing — you know what you're doing— I mean the why of it. What's the point of it? Not just this moment. How does it fit in to the overall scheme of things for you?

What does doing what you're doing right now serve?

If you were to look back on what you're doing right now, the way you're doing it, from further down the road of your life, how would you feel about it?

Relating it to the rest of what you have going on. To what you would like to have going on. What would it all add up to?

What would it mean to you?

Actually, I didn't mean easier, I meant more meaningful. And, by doing it right, I mean right for you. Whatever that means.

Do you know what that means?

If you were to look back on what you're doing right now, the way you're doing it, from further down the road of your life, how would you feel about it?

If you were to look back on what you're doing right now, the way you're doing it, from further down the road of your life, how would you feel about it?

Source: /guadeloupe/