Thanks Ayodeji,

great article and I can really resonate with what you said about locking in on one piece of specific advice, or strategy.

Hammer it over and over again until you get it right...

I've done the very same thing over the past few months and have got more results doing less of just 1 or 2 practices.

Thanks...


Thanks for sharing Brianna, Really loved the "Letting go is as effortless as an exhale". A reminder to breathe more and let go more! Thanks


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