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Have a process in place makes you feel more relaxed

Have a process in place makes you feel more relaxed Have a process in place makes you feel more relaxed
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When people know they have a process in place to handle any situation, they are more relaxed. When they’re relaxed, everything improves. More gets done, with less effort, and a host of other wonderful side effects emerge that add to the outcomes of their efforts and the quality of their life.

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