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How often do you say “no” to things you don’t want to do? Joining us on the show is Bobby Maximus a former UFC fighter and Toronto police officer whose here talking about the benefits of self imposed limitations and why saying “no” is a superpower.
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In this age of information overload, your life can be filled with irrelevant or unnecessary information in an instant. And that just clouds your mind for the rest of the day. Returning to the show to help us simplify our lives at a very opportune time as we get this new year off to a fresh start, we’re here with Mr. James Clear.
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