If put on the spot, most people could probably assemble a list of the things that they want out of life. Answers may include things like more money, more happiness, more self-esteem or self-confidence, a better career, better fitness, etc. These are things it is pretty reasonable to want, but the problem is that answers like these lack clarity, which in turn provides a lack of focus which is detrimental to achieving results. It is better to revise a list like this for clarity. For example, better fitness. The idea is good, but vague. To improve clarity, consider what you mean by fitness, what kind of program and schedule are realistic, etc.
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