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It’s that time again. Time to start goal setting and planning for 2018.

These goals I speak of have nothing to do with new year’s resolutions. New Year’s resolutions are often impersonal and inflexible, making it easy to fail. Who wants to set themselves up for failure?

Instead, I set intentional goals that are flexible and get at the heart of what truly matters in my life. Putting these intentions together gives me an idea of what I have ahead of me in the new year,

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If you’re like me, you don’t look forward to visiting the dentist every six months. Despite how much you despise going to the dentist, you know it is necessary. If you choose to wait to visit the dentist until you have a bad toothache, it’s too late to prevent the cavity or root canal.

If you had only taken the time and visited every six months, you might have been able to prevent the pain and cost it takes to fix your dental issue.

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