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Playing the blame-game does not change circumstances or resolve problems — but it sure is what most people do. John Miller gives you thought-provoking content that will guide you to the realm of personal accountability. His insights will help you destroy habits such as procrastination and complaining, and drive you towards inner and outer growth.
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