The Post-It Note Approach to Success

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I've noticed an extraordinary uptick in my performance lately. There are a few theories bouncing around our small office as to why.

But it's perfectly clear to me. It correlates directly to the day I put up this game changing Post-It Note on my office door:

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And since this has been so powerful for me, I thought it would only be appropriate for me to encourage you to pursue the "Post-It Note Approach to Success" for yourself.

To gain extraordinary performance in your business, give it a whirl.

You can start by posting your message below. Mine used eight words. I figure about 10 words is the max. If it looks right here, commit it to a Post-It Note and stick it to your office door.

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