In the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, he writes, “Look round the habitable world, how few know their own good, or, knowing it, pursue!”¹ Don’t be slave to your phone, email, television, or social media by allowing any of it to control your invaluable time, in turn, stealing dreams. Both success and failure creep up insidiously when we are not looking based upon how we live our daily lives, in other words, because of our perpetual habits.

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