Tiny Decisions Matter

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Every decision matters. Regardless of how small it might seem, every decision can make a big difference with time and repetition.

A couple of cigarettes today might not seem like a big deal. But have a couple every day for the next twenty years, and it can make a significant dent in your life expectancy.

Likewise, ten minutes of exercise today might not seem like a big deal. But repeat it every day for the next twenty years, and you might experience significant health benefits.

Think carefully about small, seemingly innocent decisions because they might be leading to something much bigger.

Review your tiny habits, and if you find some that might not lead to positive outcomes down the road, consider eliminating them, regardless of how difficult it might be.

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